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I have been reading some of the messages over the past few months & have been on an emotional roller coaster myself. Thanks for the encouragement from some of your messages. I have been in remission a year and a half. I have been struggling with everything that has happened still. I didn't know if that was normal. It certainly changed me, but how can it still hurt emotionally after the treatments have finished? I was blessed to have one child before learning I had cancer. But, my family was torn apart and strangers helped me. It seems like I don't get out now or have a social life anymore. After bouncing between hospital and home then. Now I bounce from work to home. It seems like awhile since I have related to anyone outside of work and lately I don't feel up to it. Is there such a thing as being stuck?

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