I watched the clip of Giuliana Rancic announcing that she has been diagnosed with breast cancer. I seriously facepalmed at the end of it. I have heard of her, but I don’t really follow her too much. I know she hosts a show on the E network and her husband and her have a reality. Apparently, the reality shows has a lot to do with her getting pregnant and getting IVF treatments. It’s been really hard for her to get pregnant and she has had miscarriages and stuff. I guess during the IVF process a doctor made her get a mammogram. At the end of the interview. She said she would ask god why she couldn’t get pregnant and all that happy crap, but now she knows. If she gets pregnant it will cause the cancer to grow/spread rapidly because of hormones.
Basically, she said god didn’t give her a baby, so she would undergo the IVF and find the cancer or something. I just don’t get it. God didn’t give her a baby so she could find the cancer god gave her and thank god? And it’s important that she was given cancer because she can help make other women aware and take the steps to get screened and to catch it early. So thank god, god gave her cancer to help other people get screened and treatment that god also gave cancer to. Are you kidding me? That is some *ucked up logic. Having a “relationship” with god must be like Stockholm Syndrome.
I think it's great she is getting out there and speaking about it. She is brave and it must be really hard to do. If they whole god thing makes sense to her, and brings her comfort through this difficult time, then good for her. I'm just...in awe. I don't even think my 6 year old could follow that logic. It's equivalent to "I'm so thankful my boyfriend beat me and I had to go to the hospital. At the hospital I got a great night sleep. One that I would not have gotten if I was at home because my boyfriend is abusive. I'm so thankful for my boyfriend"
I do not have an abusive boyfriend.That's just an example. I just don't get.