one of my bestest friends of all times is currently waiting on biopsy results for the possibility of cervical cancer. i understand (to a degree) just how she is feeling right now because in 2002 i was told i might have cervical cancer. it's an incredibly scary thing to hear....especially when you are by yourself while receiving the news. she has become bitter towards others ever since she was told the biopsy would need to be done. very angry for no apparent reason and has become withdrawn. i've tried to talk with her but she won't say a word. actually, she became very enraged when she found out that i knew of this possibility of cancer. she said she didn't want anyone to know....not even her family. i know that i can't force her to talk....and i've told her a couple times that i am ALWAYS going to be here for her....no matter what. but is there ANYTHING i could do to help this be any easier and less frightening for her?? is there something i could (or should) say that would help her become more at ease with talking about exactly what she is feeling and going through?? i know it can't be good for her to be keeping all of this inside. i love her to death and just want to see her smiling again....and for her to be happy once more.
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