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Re: Ex-hubby's big breasted girlfriend
Posted by Kas on February 9, 2017, 11:56 am, in reply to "Re: Ex-hubby's big breasted girlfriend"
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I just saw your post, so my response is rather late. I had an experience with two different women at a party where they were actually bragging about their big breast, and also saying they were more popular with the men because of their breast. I actually laughed to myself over this. I really felt sorry for these women thinking they had to spend time bragging about the size of their breast. Both of them of course know I've had breast cancer, so maybe that was part of why they did it to put me down. So many women want to put down other women for one thing or another. It's bad enough men doing it, but so many women do it to each other. My claim to fame is my legs, but I don't go around bragging about men loving my legs. Most of the time they're covered up anyway. No one knows my one breast that had cancer is now two times smaller & I'm left lopsided. I wear my falsie to even myself out. Anymore, I do not even mention to anyone I've had breast cancer. I don't want to hear the weird remarks or get the looks of sorrow or shock. If I knew what I know now I wouldn't have told anyone. I can always tell when I'm around someone who knows I've had it they are most likely wondering if I lost my breast, and if the cancer will return. Once you know you have cancer, if you have breast or not isn't as important. I do miss how my breast used to be, but I have to accept this is how I'm left after two surgeries. I just keep praying daily they find a cure & better treatments that aren't as brutal.
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