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April 4 2011 Breast Cancer Newsletter

At a time when the world as you know it has come to a screeching halt, having to tell your children you have breast cancer is asking the impossible. I was diagnosed on my son's fifteenth birthday and will never forget how surreal that day was. How could the two events co-exist, and how could everyone's needs that day be honored? Somehow, we made it -- and became a lot stronger because of it. Now, having come through to the other side, the question is easier to answer:

How Do I Tell My Kids I Have Breast Cancer?
One of the hardest things in the world is telling your children you've been diagnosed with breast cancer. Here are some thoughts to help you answer the question, “How Do I Tell My Kids I Have Breast Cancer?"

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