Just passed my one year from being diagnosed and I've been feeling a little confused and I guess hurt. I was just told a few weeks ago that I'm officially in "remission." I should be happy right? But what happens when you're still suffering with those long term affects that chemo and surgeries leave you? My energy level is still so low, I'm ridiculously thin from loosing so much weight during treatment, petrified to eat anything because I just get sick and I'm haunted with the idea that "I gave myself cancer" and will give it to myself again. I have no motivation to get out of bed or do anything. Feeling hopeless, lonely, and just want to go back to real life when I didn't have to worry about taking medicine or getting my blood check on a regular basis. I just want to feel normal again- and I'm so far from it? Any advice out there? How do you get back to your life after suffering for so long?