New on here and finding my way round probably very badly.
I am also in a mess my mind especially. I have been very lucky since shock diagnosis of it coming back thirty years later. My team are superb though I don't always appreciate their work and effort. Regarding the sadness, crying and now being diagnosed with depression, I am in weekly contact through the local hospital with the therapy department. A mix of occupational and physio. Occupation have directed me to a mindfulness course both on the NHS website and other contributors all for free. Only started last week and it is tough going, telling your brain you must concentrate on a particular subject for ten minutes.
Last night was dreadful, dark thoughts, no sleep and cold. I desperately tried to get through the door I walked to in my session. I got to the door but could not reach the other side where the woods, ferns and glorious fishpond were waiting just for me. No matter how I tried my mind ? feet would not take me over he threshold. Something though must have worked because I did indeed fall asleep and had quiet a reasonable couple of hours.
Why don't you contact your team and ask about the many and varied options, something someone will be able to help. Mindfulness is something I just fell upon out of the blue years ago, I find it very hard, so I am determined to train my brain.
Hope this is of use. Lots of hugs
I have Sbc and I was diagnosed back in sept 2019 with it in my breast, lymph node and liver. I had my second scan since finishing chemo and have got a Stable scan result today. I know I should be pleased but mixed emotions. Is this normal ?! Suspected new lesion back in liver so will scan again in 2-3 months to check!!
Compared to many people I know I am incredibly fortunate right now as I only have to have herceptin and pertuzumab every 3 weeks and try to remain strong and positive for everyone to see. But it creeps up on you and then I am a crying mess!!! Any tips or advice welcome . X