ive just found this site as today has is a very emotional day.
my boyfriend of nearly 3 years has Hodgkin lymphoma stage 2.he was diagnosed 30 may and had his first treatment the day after his 21st. cancer sucks! my dad has had cancer twice once when iw as born and again when i was in year 12 my cousin has also just finished chemo and radiation for breast cancer. i never expected that the one i love the one i want to spend the rest of my life with would suffer from cancer!
i dont know why im so emotional today. maybe because i have a cold and im not allowed to see him.. idk it all sucks my birthday was 2 weeks after his. we already had a party planned but really i didnt want it i just wanted to stay home i didnt feel like i should be celebrating my 21st. i didnt want presents or anything all i want is for my boyfriend to be better!
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on the 30th may my boyfriend was diagnosed with Hodgkin lymphoma.
He started his Chemo the day after his 21st and has just finished round 2. in a few weeks he will get all his tests done again and then hopefully told how many more chemo rounds he need and how much radiation is needed. its been hard this year we both had are 21st birthdays and neither of us felt like celebrating them.
I understand everyone has a story on here everyone is different, but im writing on here just to express myself. the only nights i dont cry is when he is sleeping over. i want to be strong for him, i need to be strong for him! my dad had cancer when i was born and again when i was in year 12. my cousins has also just finished radiation and chemo for breast cancer. Matt keeps saying to me im sorry for putting you thru this you done deserve it. ( there is nothing he can do about it!). i said I love you and i will forever, my one and only. he said well not if i die. im scared his not dealing well with it and i dont know what else to do to help him.
i love him so much i dont want to lose him he is my life i want to spend the rest of my life with him!
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Cancer Council NSW would like to acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we live and work.We would also like to pay respect to elders past and present and extend that respect to all other Aboriginal people.