You don't need to know where this happened, or even how long ago. All you can do is nod your head in agreement. He sure sounds insane.
Please check the links below to read more about breast cancer, cancer in general and the people supporting Marissa while she fights the big C.During this month of Breast Cancer Awareness, I want to say this: while the term "save the tatas" is cute and cheeky, it is also dehumanizing for someone going through chemo to save her life. I'm not alone in this as I read many similar remarks on the Breast Cancer page when they posted the phrase painted on a pumpkin.I'm so much more than my breasts. I've lost my hair and struggle daily to maintain my sense of dignity, humility, humor, and self esteem. Most days I feel like shit, but forge ahead in an attempt to maintain a sense of normalcy for Spenser. I'm gaining weight due to the meds despite my inability to eat much.I'm going through treatments to save my life. Thank you. Feel free to share this if you feel similarly.
|Marissa (before the hair loss) and her son Spenser.|
|Marissa's recent before and after shots.|