Panic

I am not sure that I really understood how I felt when I was first diagnosed. I think it was a kind of panic.

I was trying to find out exactly what was happening to me and what could happen. I did not want to do anything to my body that might effect my ability to make love.

I read that when prostate cancer moves into our bodies one of the symptoms is that our bones begin to ache. Soon after reading this, the bones in my legs began to ache. I told the radiologist about this and he scheduled an MRI. The results came back quite quickly and the results showed that there was no cancer whatsoever outside of my prostate. Immediately, the pains went away.

I think this was panic.

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2 Comments

  1. Well this testifies to the power of our mind. How relieved we can be when we know what is really happening. Truth is precious.

  2. It helps me realize that my mind has the ability to do positive actions (like alleviate pain or feel happy) as well as create anxiety – as it did with me. My thoughts control my feelings. If I endlessly focus my thoughts on my failures or shortcomings I always end up feeling awful. If, on the other hand, I make e effort to think positively about myself, I end up feeling ok.

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