My cancer story Sept 8 2015
Thyroid cancer surgery. I notice a lump on my neck awhile back .ok about 4 years ago in 2011 and I didn’t do anything about it for a while..And then everyone I know start to notice it and kept telling me to have it look at by my doctor and again I didn’t get it look at. and my family and friends kept saying things like why haven’t you seen the doctor and I kept telling them that I was taking care of it and again I did not. So then one day we / my girlfriend and I went to a party at a friend house and there something was said to me about the lump on my neck. That was in august 2015. So now I ask my doctor if he would take a look and of course I had to have a biopsy done at this time. I was told that I had thyroid cancer all over my neck inside wow. for the first time in my life I was so scared. So I decided to have the surgery it was pretty big surgery it was a massive surgery it took my surgeons nine hours to do the surgery. AT The University of Miami in Sept 8 2015. It was bad four weeks and three surgery later. and I had been code blue two times.they had said i would not make it. I lay in a hospital bed for four weeks. And with some major problems with some bleeding of one of my vein bursting in my neck I saw myself dying not once but twice. So for those of you who think that you should not see a doctor please do yourself a favor go and see your doctor if you have or feel or see some kind of lump don`t wait like i did. I sure wish I had listened to everyone who had said something to me about the lump on my neck. Now it’s January 2016 .And here I am with a hole in my neck. Walking…
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This piece of writing discusses the physical, emotional and mental effects of depression and how it affects individuals differently. I was asked to discuss my personal experiences and how I choose to over come and conquer not only depression but the games society plays and the impact it has on one's emotional development.
It's not perfect and isn't finished by any standards but this is the general draft/copy so excuse the mistakes.
Inspirational quotes to help get you through any day, to help you see the positive, and to think better of yourself.
*Note* A number of quotes are written by unknown authors. As many have been identified as possible.
Quotes I have come upon that hold a lot of truth to them.
Not everyone will agree with these quotes. Not everyone will take something away from these quotes. Not every quote is completely accurate - some are true to a degree. Nevertheless, there is a lot of truth in these words.
*Note* - A number of the quotes are written by unknown authors. As many have been identified as possible.
Have you ever looked in the mirror and just hate what you see? I know that feeling. I won’t tell you my name right now I just want you to read my “story.”
Maybe you wonder why I put “” when I wrote story, these isn’t a story, some of you may call it story, but I feel these is a writing about feelings; my feelings.
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