- Question from lola: I cry at every chemo session, the nurses and doctors just look at me. I just want to cry and cry, is that normal? I gush like a river.
- Answers - David Spiegel Nobody ever died from terminal crying. It is not a terrible thing. I would worry if you find yourself sad most of the time, helpless or worthless. Maybe you are depressed and would benefit from treatment. On the other hand some people just want to vent some feelings, and if otherwise you are not depressed, then maybe it is okay. It may be more of a problem for them than it is for you.
On Wednesday, October 18, 2000, our Ask-the-Expert Online Conference was called Feelings about Breast Cancer. David Spiegel, Ph.D. and moderator Marisa Weiss, M.D. answered your questions about the emotional effects of breast cancer diagnosis and treatment.
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