No worries no one can harsh my morning on any forum. I was just making a point and BTW if you do find a cure for breast and lung cancer let me know . It would save my wife a third surgery Monday morning from having half her lung removed.
I Wish you both the best in that process.
I'll just add something from my experience about the post-recovery.
In delicate situations, establishing a goal can be decisive in the recovering process. I've seen it many times, and that's how it works:
What's the patient likes most, or dream to do? If for example the person would have loved to visit Paris but never did, planning such a trip
after the surgery has very good effects on the recovery.
I had a severe motocycle accident many years ago, and the doctors told me that I will have other surgery with metal inserts in my leg, and that I'll
probably will never recuperate the fully functionality of my legs.
But my inner speach was very different. On the worst part, I decided to go moutain climbing in the Pyrenées (moutains in France) with only one leg
working. I had a goal, something I beleived I had to acheive and did it.
After a month, I recover the all functionality of my leg. No more surgery was needed.
When the head hospital doctor asked me about that I explained the story, he looked at me very seriously and keep silent for awhile.
Then he said: Son, you have done the right thing, but we can not say it because if it goes bad we'd be on trial.
Mind (and state of mind), is the key that drives the body. I have no doubts about it now.