Fighting Cancer can be a lonely battle.  So many time you feel as if you are the only one going through "the journey" as they say.  And, you say to yourself, nobody knows how I feel...nobody knows what I'm going through.

Of course that's not true, but it is a reality that those fighting the battle may tend to turn inside instead of outside.  Yes, you're getting medical help, and you do talk to your doctor, but it's the social interaction with others going through the same thing that can really help.

There are so many support groups and organizations out there, willing to help...to talk...to be there for you.

Most people are familiar with Gilda's Club.  They offer more than 200 activities each month for adults, children and families. From health and fitness classes to informative lectures and fun social events, something here for everyone. Plus, sharing your cancer journey with others – whether personally diagnosed or impacted through the diagnosis of another – makes travelling the path a little easier at Gilda's Club.

There is probably a support group near you, too.  Whether Breast Cancer, or any other form, support is there for you.

Here is a link to the American Cancer Society to find support and programs.  Someone is always ready to help.