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Don't Ask Me To 'Get Over' My History With Breast Cancer

“She then said to me that I should get over it!” “You had breast cancer... but not anymore!” Her eyes welled up with tears as she recounted her conversation with her mother. She has been repeatedly accused by her mom that she isn’t being positive and by “holding on” to her cancer she is not moving forward in her life. “They just don’t understand!” she sighed. “But you get it.
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