Chemo Brain Shame

It’s not my fault I don’t always remember your name, though we’ve been friends for years.

It’s not my fault I sometimes do things that appear foolish.

It’s not my fault I forget plans we talked about yesterday.

It’s not my fault

but it sure feels like it sometimes.

That’s the chemo brain shame.

Sea, Turtle, Wildlife, Macro, Closeup, Beach, Sand

 

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Author: Anne Carlson

I'm a bit selfish, as I want the most out of life, so why waste it being miserable? Come walk with me and let's figure this out. Diagnosed with cancer now stage 4; end stage, and loving life.

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