Healing is done, and moment of joy, I can finally go buy my prosthesis and the specific bra.
Another bad moment.. it happens in the back room of a pharmacy (accompanied by a very caring person, and who knows her subject), but the fitting takes place in the back shop, a room, half-broom closet, half-stock of lots of things (medicines, sun creams, boxes of baby milk...).
At the moment, I don't care, since I'll be able to put a bra back on and get a chest.
Can we talk about the selection of models?
I choose a white model which is for me the prettiest of all those presented. With hindsight, and a few days of looking at myself in the mirror, I say to myself that, yes, it's a transition between the operation and a return to a “normal” life, but it's just a transition!
On my return from the hospital, my first action was to check all the cosmetics, creams... that were at home, with the Clean Beauty and INCI Beauty apps.
Result : a full garbage bag and I only had a few products left. I, who thought I was vigilant about what we consumed at home, I went back to the basics..
I made the choice not to go and find out on the internet about breast cancer, the side effects of treatments... but on the contrary to find out about our consumption, because on that I can have an action.
As the legend goes: “One day there was a huge forest fire.
All terrified animals, aghast, watched helplessly disaster. Alone, the little hummingbird bustled about, fetching a few drops with its beak to throw them on the fire.
After a while, the armadillo, annoyed by this derisory agitation, said to him: “Hummingbird, aren't you crazy? It is not with these drops of water that you will put out the fire! ".
And the hummingbird answered him: “I know it, but I do my part”.
So I decided to be the hummingbird of the house, and first decision: any brand that can be harmful to our skin or nature will no longer find its place in my home!
......../....... to be continued