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But they fought their toughest battle when, within two years of each other, Crow and Etheridge each received a breast cancer diagnosis, shaking their worlds to the core.

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Through sheer determination and perseverance, they came out the other side. Now healthy and happy, the two survivors sat down with AARP The Magazine to discuss what they've learned and how they've each found a renewed sense of self. This Is M. On finding out that she had breast cancer: "That was a really, really emotional time for me. My world was falling apart.

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I felt like the bottom had just dropped out. On the irony that her breast cancer diagnosis came on the heels of her breakup with Lance Armstrong : "He was probably the most widely known cancer survivor, right? It was kind of a cruel joke. On giving herself permission Sheryl crow gay let go: "I've been a person who fixes things but when you're constantly fixing things for others, you sacrifice yourself. On her newfound success after her hit maker "Strong Enough": "I was I didn't care about fame, but the next thing you know, people are dressing you and writing about you.

You have to be sensitive enough to have insight into the human condition to write long-lasting music, yet you have to form this tough skin. It took me a while to back away from that aspect of popularity and focus on the work. On first starting her music career: "Every record label in L.

It was, 'We don't know what to do with a blue-eyed soul singer.

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On achieving happiness: "It took having cancer for me to realize that happiness is something I have to cultivate in myself. On her experience dating men and the song "Cold As Ice": "That's what my last boyfriend said to me.

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I was He didn't understand why I was cold as ice. Whenever I hear that song now I think, "I'm not cold; I'm just gay. On finally deciding to "come out": "[My father] was fine with [my sexuality], and he just wanted me to be happy. His passing propelled me into this place of needing to be who I am, because I wasn't going to be happy any other way. How she feels about having lived her Sheryl crow gay in the public eye: "If I could have, I would have chosen not to go through cancer or my divorces in public.

Yet you can't say, 'I'm only going to let the public see the good stuff. On sex after "The sex is better! Seriously, I'm healthier and in loving myself I attract a different kind of person now. On first discovering a lump in her breast: "I was like, 'Whoa! That little voice in the back of my head started going, 'Is it cancer? Your father died of cancer. Your aunt died of cancer. Your grandmother died of cancer. Your mother had cancer. Your cousin. On beginning her breast cancer journey: "My radiologist, bless her heart, sat me down in a darkened room.

She said, 'Melissa, I want you to know that this is the worst that can happen. She said, 'Do not fear.

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You are going to be OK. I just have to walk through this. On how she stands up to cancer: "I'm not a victim. I am taking responsibility for it. AARP The Magazine delivers comprehensive content through health and fitness features, financial guidance, consumer interest information and tips, celebrity interviews, and book and movie reviews. Learn more at www. About AARP AARP is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization, with a membership of nearly 38 million, that helps people turn their goals and dreams into Sheryl crow gay possibilities, strengthens communities and fights for the issues that matter most to families such as healthcare, employment and income security, retirement planning, affordable utilities and protection from financial abuse.

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