If I had a mastectomy would I still be worthy?

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KikiKitty678
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22 Aug 2019, 7:29 pm

Yes, you’re always worthy! Worthy is an adjective that describes anyone in the world who has done good things. By good things, I mean not doing anything so terrible it would be in a history book. Have you been on the news for doing wrong? I hope not! If not, you’re worthy!



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22 Aug 2019, 8:23 pm

Yes, you would.

If it worries you so much, remember that breast cancer is unlikely to happen before 40. That gives you 15 years. Let's put them at 5000. Stretch it over 15 years, that 334 a year. 28 a month. Put it in a high interest account, add a little bit to compensate for inflation.

If you change your mind about it, you'll still have a decent amount of money saved for whatever you want.



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22 Aug 2019, 10:43 pm

Btw, I do understand how you feel, I had a similar experience and I had nightmares for years after that. I don't care about what people say, I do think that it's a legitimated worry. I feel like it gets better as you grow older, like in the late 30's.



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01 Sep 2019, 2:55 am

Worthiness is much more than having....or not having....a physical attribute.

If I love a woman, and she has a mastectomy, I would support her 100%....and still would desire her sexually like before the surgery.



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01 Sep 2019, 3:12 am

^^^that is stepping up to the plate alright, in these days of disposability of relationships. :wtg: