My in-laws won’t accept my post-chemo vulnerability | Ask Annalisa Barbieri

You are well within your rights to ask them to consider your weakened immune system. You deserve to feel safe – even if the chat causes tensionTwo years ago, aged 35, I was diagnosed with cancer and required major surgery and six months of chemotherapy.I have a wonderful husband, and at the time my child was three years old. My diagnosis was a shock for everyone. It has been a hard road since, physically and mentally. Some of my friendships are closer than before, some more casual. I’ve also made new friends. However, I still really struggle with my parents-in-law. Continue reading...

My in-laws won’t accept my post-chemo vulnerability | Ask Annalisa Barbieri

You are well within your rights to ask them to consider your weakened immune system. You deserve to feel safe – even if the chat causes tension

Two years ago, aged 35, I was diagnosed with cancer and required major surgery and six months of chemotherapy.

I have a wonderful husband, and at the time my child was three years old. My diagnosis was a shock for everyone. It has been a hard road since, physically and mentally. Some of my friendships are closer than before, some more casual. I’ve also made new friends. However, I still really struggle with my parents-in-law.

Continue reading...

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