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I went to the doctor. After that visit, I was still having difficulty breathing and I felt weak, so I decided to go to the doctor again. One day, after going to hospital in an ambulance, an examination detected that my lungs were filling with fluid. I\u2019m a nurse by training, so I knew that there were metastases in my lungs. And that it was a relapse of the cancer I had seven years earlier. \u003C\/p\u003E\n\u003Cp\u003EIt was devastating! In a week, I was hospitalized in the ER with intubation in my chest. When my family and friends came to see me in the hospital, I told them the news. It was a real disaster for all of us! I felt like I was healthy! I had been jogging all summer with my husband and family. \u003C\/p\u003E\n\u003Cp\u003EI have a fantastic support network around me. I am married to the love of my life, Yannick! I love him dearly. I have a daughter, Alexandra, who is my little sunshine. There is great energy at home. My sisters are also here every day, and I can rely on childhood friends; our relationships have strengthened over the years. Thanks also to my friends who are part of my support circle. I couldn\u2019t ask for any better!\u003C\/p\u003E\n\u003Cp\u003EI had to stop working due to lack of energy and because my immune system was so weak. However, I still do yoga four times a week. Now, I feel good. I\u2019m making the most of life. What motivates me, day after day, is my relationship with my daughter, my husband, my sisters, my parents, my friends, and others. I\u2019m living life to the fullest! I also like recharging my batteries in nature. Life is good! \u003C\/p\u003E\n\u003Cp\u003E To support people with metastatic breast cancer, you first have to keep treating them like normal people. Don\u2019t label them and treat them with pity or sadness. People don\u2019t talk about metastatic breast cancer much, because the word \u2018metastatic\u2019 is scary. 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