I guess that one thing having cancer has taught me, is who my real friends are, and who actually cares. There are some people who read this blog and care what I write. They read past the words, and actually try to understand how I feel and empathise. Then there are the ones that just read the actual words and decide they don’t like them, and because of that cease to care about me. They don’t ask about me any more, they don’t text, or call, or visit. And the thing is, the words is just an excuse, because even before the blog they didn’t care.
This is my blog. It tells the story of my experience, and whilst I’m aware that this is a public blog – I leave it that way as I hope that it can help others going through the same thing – it is still mine and I should be free to write what I want to. I’ve never made anyone read my blog, people choose to. The simple solution is, if you don’t like it, don’t read it. I have enough going on in my life without having to worry about whether I am offending anyone. The fact that you choose to ignore the point of the blog completely, focus on what you see as the negative bits and then gossip about it, says more about you than it does about me.
That is all.