Her mistreatment scans were perfect and chemo is continuing. She hasn’t lost any weight besides the pound or so lost after the mammectomy (breast tissue has got to weigh something, right?). Her prognosis…. Since there’s so little research about cats with cancer, there’s no real prognosis for her case. Statistically, cats with tumors that reached the lymphatic system will live 9-12 months. But for Madison, we really don’t know. The oncologist would rather be conservative with their prognosis and be wrong than the opposite. So yea!
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Panic attacks a reality?
These images reflect your worst fears and while they can be extremely frightening they are not in any way real. Because you generate these images it is possible to turn things around. Lets approach the situation in a measured fashion. First, try to recall the images that come into your head during a panic attack. Now try playing with the picture in your mind. You might want to relax while you are doing this.
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Coping with Panic Images – Panic Disorder – Anxiety
Or I, at least, feel that they are real. The only change from yesterday is the lack of an assault on my brain (I think it’s actually starting to come back right now… I can feel it. The only option that appears is to live feeling this overwhelming pain every moment. Typing that, I know it isn’t true so I mean that it’s difficult to tolerate these feelings for a long time, which seems to be the only option. Husband once said he was surprised how mean my brain/I am to myself. Most of it is kept inside but for certain occasions, I can’t help but be overwhelmed.
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