Hi, In November I was diagnosed with Stage II Triple Negative Breast Cancer, which was only detected as a side issue to something else. Post lumpectomy, the margins were clear and my lymph nodes were clear too. However, I'm now sitting waiting for genetics results, which are due next week. I hate waiting in limbo land. Anyway, this all came as such a shock. Now my life is on hold, and I'm not dealing with it very well. Crying a lot is high on my list of daily activities. Hubby is finding it hard too. We don't have kids, just 3 "fur-children". I just don't know how to cope. Any suggestions? Many thanks, Marg
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