The world keeps on going around. That is what we tell ourselves when a loved one dies of breast cancer. Sometimes, it is just God’s plan…. These are some of the things that we know are not true about breast cancer. Some people have not found the strength they need to realize the truth that with knowledge comes power. There are a lot of things that can not really be helped in this world. We can not change people who choose to drink and drive. They could get you at any time, even if you are sitting at home on your couch in your living room. I have seen stranger things. You can’t change the fact that we are just not safe in the company of other people anymore. I do not control if the next guy in line decides to snap, go on a rampage and destroy the lives of everyone around him.
In this world there are a lot of things that can happen to you that will catch you off guard. You might be hurt or killed at anytime and that is sad but what is worse is that people categorize things that can easily be controlled in with those that can not controlled at all. There are weather phenomenon that will end your life unexpectedly. There are accidents on the freeway. There are a million ways to die that are outside of the realm of your control. There is no need to group breast cancer in with those things. The appropriate thing to do is face this issue head on. Gain the knowledge you need to save your life and use it to the best of your ability.
Should you like to stay safe from this possibly life shattering event, keep your wits about you and use the information which has been gathered through the years. Many people have not had the benefit of this kn0owledge and they paid for it with their life. There are ways to stay safe and the best one is early detection. There is a great chance that you will survive and live a long, happy, healthy life if you catch breast cancer in the earliest stage possible. What you want to remember is that self exams are half of the battle and the other half is seeing a professional for regular professional exams as well. If you find something, don’t wait to see someone about it. If you have any health questions, please talk to a professional.
Remember that you are not the only person effected by the illness should you get it. There is a whole family to think about. These people who love you and support you would be devastated if anything happened as well.