do you think it's fair for my boyfriend to have to support me even though i may have cancer? we are
i may have breast cancer, and if i start treatments im not sure if it's fair to my boyfriend to have to take me out and go through the trauma with me, especially since we're only teens. my mom had breast cancer as well and died from it, i don't know what i should do! any advice?
I don't see why not. It's not that much of a trial for people to go with you through your treatments. I am an 11 year breast cancer survivor. The treatments can be tough as I'm sure you know if your mother went through it but are not always as bad as you imagine. I would hope a boyfriend would stand by you at a time like that.
It's very rare for a teen to have breast cancer, I hope it's a false alarm. And I'm very sorry your mother did not survive.
Why not? In good times and in bad times he must support you if he really loves you. If he doesn't, then he does not love you.
Sorry to hear 'bout your mom.
If he really care for you I think he should support you. Just give him the chance to do it. Give him the honor to do so.
I'll pray for you and your boyfriend that you stay strong in this difficult times.
Most definitely. If it happened to him and It can. Would he not expect you to be there for him. You lean on him.
I think if your boyfriend wants to do this with you then let him do this. You are going to need all the support you can get, especially from loved ones.Let your boyfriend do what he can and if he needs some help tell him to ask, no one can do this alone. Take care and I hope all is well. My prayers and thoughts are with you as well.
If he is willing to support you, don't deny him the opportunity to be there. That is an expression of love, and you should feel honored if he is willing to stand by you in your time of need. Not too many real men out there doing that sort of thing. Also, research for yourself.
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