Mar 13, 2013 - 11:15 am
Pete you know I am into nutrition and exercise. However that is my choice. It is also my choice to do chemo and surgery when cancer becomes visible in my body. I appreciate all of the research you are doing but you are way to opinionated. We are supposed to be a community (I like to look at it as a family although a disfunctional family lately). Please let us know what you are doing or have learned but DON'T push your views on others who don't agree with it and come across as your way is the right way. It takes guts to do what your doing but it takes as much guts if not more to go through dangerous major surgeries and grueling seeminly endless rounds of chemotherapy.
We all want to live but remember the saying "Live and let live". This is an aweful disease which is why some of us are so passionate about fighting it anyway we can but we are ALL in this together. We don't need more stress in our lives. I think we are all at our limits of stress and emotions. PLEASE lets get along and don't critisize others. Think at how bad this looks to the newcomers. We should be there to support them in their treatment decisions. Think back at how scared you were when you were first diagnosed. It has been 7 1/2 years for me but I still get emotional when I think about the feelings my wife and I experienced those first few months.
Craig, I hope you read this. I might PM you to but don't leave this forum. You are the glue that holds it together. We ALL need you here and look forward to your posts and spot on analogies.