Life changed for me dramatically when my sister passed away 2 years ago. I lost my mom and now my sister to breast cancer. Mom was only 44 when she passed away, my sister was only 51. Although I know I'm a high risk for the same ugly disease, it doesn't consume me as
[More] it did in the past. My sister has taught me that every day should be lived like it's your last. Be grateful for having your health. I've learned not to complain about insignificant things almost to the point that I'm ashamed I ever was that type of person. None of that matters when those you love are no longer with you. I have a great family and friends. I love working in a medical office and meeting new people every day. I live for my two daughters and always wondered when does the worrying stop? I've learned it never does but I'm okay with that.
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