If you ever find yourself in this bit of trouble, I highly recommend seeing a therapist. Cancer can be a very lonely and confusing time. It is hard on your relationships: with yourself, spouse, friends, family, and anyone else you meet. Both Nathan and I consistently were in therapy over the course of cancer and can attest to how much it freed us up to feel: angry, sad, scared, confused, and a gambit of other things too.
Surround yourself with positive community. I can only say we were so blessed to be engulfed with love from friends, school, roller derby, church, social media, our giant family, the entire city of Orlando, the Bridges Conference, and it felt like the world. We were not alone.
Tomorrow, a thank you of sorts, Part 1.