What would you do if you found out one of your best friends had been diagnosed with cancer? Would you stay away, or would you want to be by her side? That’s what happened when golden retriever Molly found out her friend Kayla had been diagnosed with cancer. In fact, the two had been best friends for years. When Kayla learned Molly had a terminal illness too, she decided to put their friendship to the test and see if it was still as strong as it once was.
The two became inseparable, spending every day together and planning bucket lists of things to do before they died. Even when Kayla went into remission, the bond between them remained as strong as ever. So when Kayla was diagnosed with a recurrence of cancer last year, Molly didn’t hold back. She wanted to do everything she could, even if it meant sacrificing some of her own health. In the end, Kayla beat the odds and lived a long and happy life with Molly, but the friendship between the two was lost as a result of their devotion to each other. The story of Kayla and Molly’s friendship is the inspiration for this article. It’s a touching tale of loyalty and love that will resonate with anyone who has found themselves in a similar situation.
The Importance Of Being Alone
Being alone is important at any age. It’s an individual matter what you do, who you see, and how you spend your time. But it’s especially important when you’re elderly or have a serious illness. The older you get, the more you rely on yourself and the less you rely on other people. Your social circle and the people you care about may change, but your needs don’t. You need food, water, and shelter. You need someone to walk with you, pick up your dry cleaning, and give you a shoulder to cry on when you need someone to listen. Being alone allows you to discover who you truly are, what you truly want out of life, and what you need to survive.
Being alone is not a bad thing. It is what you make of it. Some people absolutely love their freedom and don’t want anyone around them all the time. They see themselves as independent and self-sufficient. While it’s important to have people in your life you can trust, it is also important to understand that you don’t have to rely on them to make you happy. It is your own decisions that make you content. You don’t have to apologize for wanting to be left alone. In fact, at the end of the day, that’s what we all want anyway. We want to be able to relax and not have to worry about anyone or anything other than ourselves. We want freedom, and that’s why it’s so important to be honest about what you want and need. If you want to be left alone, that’s what you should say, and no one should try and stop you. Don’t apologize for wanting to be left alone. It is what you should want, regardless of whether or not you admit it.
Alone Time To Reflect
When you’re alone, you have the chance to think, and think deeply. You can examine your life and decide what you want to change, how you want to change it, and what you need to avoid doing. When Kayla was diagnosed with cancer, she had a lot to process. She had spent years trying to be the best wife and mother she could be, and it seemed like she was finally starting to succeed. The only problem was that she had a lot to process. She wasn’t sure if she was really ready to be a wife and mother again, and she was exhausted from constantly having to beg for help with every little thing. She started having dreams about being abandoned by her husband and having to raise her children on her own. While she loved her friend and family more than anything, she also felt a strong desire to be alone with her thoughts for a while.
It’s not that Kayla didn’t want anyone to help her. She just needed a break. She wanted to think everything through and be sure she was making the right decisions for her family. It was probably an uncharacteristic desire for privacy on Kayla’s part, but Molly understood. She didn’t want to intrude either, especially since they had been friends for such a long time. Kayla needed time to herself to process what was going on, and Molly didn’t want to upset her by bargeing in. While it may not have been nice for Kayla to shut Molly out of her life for a while, it was something they both needed. Just because you’re friends with someone who’s recently been diagnosed with cancer doesn’t mean you have to be there for them every second of the day. You can be there for them as much as you want, but take a backseat sometimes so they can process what’s going on.
The Difference A Good Friend Can Make
When someone you care about is diagnosed with cancer, you don’t want to lose touch with the person. It’s normal to want to help and stay in touch, but you also don’t want to ruin your friend’s life. While it’s important to be there for your friend during this time, it’s also important not to thrust yourself into their personal space. You don’t want to take their place in their heart and make them feel guilty for needing time on their own.
Kayla and Molly’s friendship was unique because it was based on trust and loyalty. They had known each other since they were little kids, and even when Kayla’s other friends grew up and started having families of their own, she and Molly remained fast friends. They had each other’s backs, and that’s what made their bond so strong. Even when Kayla went through her hardest times, Molly was there for her. When Kayla had her first son and found herself overwhelmed, it was Molly who helped take care of him. She would bring him to Kayla’s for lunch or dinner, and the two would play together while Kayla cooked or cleaned. When Kayla and her husband, Pete, decided to start a family, they knew they wanted someone they could trust to be there for them. They wanted someone who would be a part of their growing family, and they knew Molly would never leave them. Even when their families grew, the friendship remained as strong as ever. These days, when Kayla has a bad day, she can call up Molly and cry on the other end of the line. It really is true that friends are more important than anything else in life. Sometimes you need a shoulder to cry on, someone to vent to, or just someone to hang out with. If you find that your best friend has been diagnosed with cancer and isn’t doing well, what would you do? Would you stay away, or would you want to be by her side? These are difficult questions, and there is no right answer. It’s a matter of what you want for your friend and how much you’re willing to give up for your friend. The decision you make will affect both you and your friend in ways you might not expect. It’s a delicate situation, and it’s not something you should rush into. Take your time and think things through before you let your friendship be tested like this. You don’t want to cause your friend unnecessary pain or stress. It’s important to be there for your friend during this time, but it’s also important not to ruin your friend’s life. Think about what’s going on, and decide what you can and can’t do to help your friend and what you can do to make things easier for them. Is it okay for you to be by their side, or should you stay away because it’s too much pressure? It’s not that you have to choose one option over the other. You should do what you can to support your friend and be there for them as best you can. It’s a difficult time, and it’s not one anyone should have to go through alone. Sometimes all you need is a good friend to hold you up until you can find your feet again.