Holding back

I’m a middle-aged man who holds things back by default. In the early days of diagnosis and treatment, this was especially true. I felt a duty to keep a tight rein on my emotions, and to reassure my family and friends that things were OK.

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This drawing project became one way to open up to people, because I had to keep so much inside.

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