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But You Don’t Look Sick

Kelsey Bucci

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But You Don’t Look Sick
But You Don’t Look Sick

But You Don’t Look Sick

Kelsey Bucci

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But You Don’t Look Sick is a comment I heard so many times while going through breast cancer treatment. The thing is, I was sick! Even when the chemo is over, and your​ hair grows back, there are more treatments! So let's talk about what living after a breast cancer diagnosis looks like!

Latest Episodes

Episode 19-Angelique L'Amour author of Chemo Cupcakes and Carpools

EEpisode 19 marks the end of Season 1. I am so happy to have New York Times Bestselling Author, Angelique L'Amour on the podcast. A breast cancer survivor and mother, she turned her experience into a helpful guide for other parents battling cancer with her book Chemo Cupcakes and Carpools. She also has a blog that documents her breast cancer journey, and she is here to share her insights, positivity, and humor.

78 MINJAN 24
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Episode 19-Angelique L'Amour author of Chemo Cupcakes and Carpools

Episode 18-How to talk to your doctor

EIn the beginning of your diagnosis you may feel like you see your doctor's more than you see your family! Being able to have open communication with them, all of them, is so important. In this episode I talk about how to create a relationship with your team of doctors that allows you to have your needs met above all else. Your mental clarity about the situation is just as important as your overall physical health!

30 MINJAN 17
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Episode 18-How to talk to your doctor

Episode 17-One year after chemo

EJanuary 8th will always be a day to celebrate from now on in my life. It is the day that I finished my 6th round of TCHP. The day I finished chemo and got to ring that bell. But no one really tells you how to live life after treatment. How to manage the anxiety that comes with not being monitored by your doctor's on a weekly basis. This is how I feel one year later.

42 MINJAN 10
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Episode 17-One year after chemo

Episode 16-Creative outlets through cancer

EHappy New year! For my first podcast of 2019 I wanted to jump off with how to find creative outlets during cancer treatment. I truly feel like this is so important, to be able to channel your energy into something else and have things to look forward to and occupy your mind. In the episode I talk about using my blog as a way to document my cancer treatment and connect with other women. Also how journaling helped me to start this podcast, my styling business, and a clean beauty store Paris Laundry.

45 MINJAN 3
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Episode 16-Creative outlets through cancer

Episode 15-Managing your thoughts and feelings with breast cancer and the holidays.

EThe holidays, a time to celebrate, spend time with family, make memories, and soak in those traditions. But what if you are getting chemo during the holiday season? What if you just had surgery and cannot physically move your arms in the direction of wrapping paper? The holidays can be overwhelming and stressful, but that is life with cancer every day so how do you mix the two? Here is my advice.

27 MIN2018 DEC 20
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Episode 15-Managing your thoughts and feelings with breast cancer and the holidays.

Episode 14-Am I crazy?Nope, it's hormone therapy

EThis episode I share my experience with starting hormone therapy. The fact that I really didn't know too much hormone therapy, the drugs, what they did, how long I would be on them, and the frequency. So much is out of your control, from the mood swings to the bone pain, and just your mental state of trying to hold it all together. So here is a glimpse into the crazy world of hormones!

40 MIN2018 DEC 13
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Episode 14-Am I crazy?Nope, it's hormone therapy

Episode 13- A solo fighter, Emily comes on to share her story!

EThis episode fellow breast cancer fighter, Emily comes on to share her story. It is amazing to hear how she tackled her diagnosis. She contacted me on Instagram and told me that she appreciated the But You Don't Look Sick podcast but that she couldn't​ relate to having a caregiver there all the time, to have a husband there for support, or even a partner in general. I wanted her to come on the podcast to further that conversation.

54 MIN2018 DEC 6
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Episode 13- A solo fighter, Emily comes on to share her story!

Episode 12-Radiation and Exchange Surgery

EThis episode I go all in with the details of radiation. Things I did to prep my skin, products I used, and what it is like to go through treatment. I also talk about going in for my exchange surgery, that ended up happening a lot sooner than I anticipated. How I choose my implant size, and what my next steps in treatment looked like.

40 MIN2018 NOV 29
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Episode 12-Radiation and Exchange Surgery

Episode 11-Bilateral Mastectomy, the surgery and recovery

EFinally, it was time for the big surgery, my bilateral mastectomy. In this episode, I am talking about the preparation for surgery, the ins and, outs of surgery itself, and recovery. I also go into detail about the next steps after there was residue disease found in my lymph nodes.

56 MIN2018 NOV 15
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Episode 11-Bilateral Mastectomy, the surgery and recovery

Episode 10-The emotions behind a double mastectomy

EThis is a tough episode! Going back to the months leading up to my double mastectomy. I knew from the moment I had my first biopsy that if it was cancer, I wanted a bilateral mastectomy. I didn't know all the ins and outs of the surgery, but I knew in my heart that this was the right choice for me mentally. Reliving those months is hard, it brings up emotions I didn't have then but am realizing now. There is nothing easy about this surgery, not everyone around you will understand what is going on. What matters most if how you feel, how I felt, and how to feel confident in that.

41 MIN2018 NOV 8
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Episode 10-The emotions behind a double mastectomy

Latest Episodes

Episode 19-Angelique L'Amour author of Chemo Cupcakes and Carpools

EEpisode 19 marks the end of Season 1. I am so happy to have New York Times Bestselling Author, Angelique L'Amour on the podcast. A breast cancer survivor and mother, she turned her experience into a helpful guide for other parents battling cancer with her book Chemo Cupcakes and Carpools. She also has a blog that documents her breast cancer journey, and she is here to share her insights, positivity, and humor.

78 MINJAN 24
Comments
Episode 19-Angelique L'Amour author of Chemo Cupcakes and Carpools

Episode 18-How to talk to your doctor

EIn the beginning of your diagnosis you may feel like you see your doctor's more than you see your family! Being able to have open communication with them, all of them, is so important. In this episode I talk about how to create a relationship with your team of doctors that allows you to have your needs met above all else. Your mental clarity about the situation is just as important as your overall physical health!

30 MINJAN 17
Comments
Episode 18-How to talk to your doctor

Episode 17-One year after chemo

EJanuary 8th will always be a day to celebrate from now on in my life. It is the day that I finished my 6th round of TCHP. The day I finished chemo and got to ring that bell. But no one really tells you how to live life after treatment. How to manage the anxiety that comes with not being monitored by your doctor's on a weekly basis. This is how I feel one year later.

42 MINJAN 10
Comments
Episode 17-One year after chemo

Episode 16-Creative outlets through cancer

EHappy New year! For my first podcast of 2019 I wanted to jump off with how to find creative outlets during cancer treatment. I truly feel like this is so important, to be able to channel your energy into something else and have things to look forward to and occupy your mind. In the episode I talk about using my blog as a way to document my cancer treatment and connect with other women. Also how journaling helped me to start this podcast, my styling business, and a clean beauty store Paris Laundry.

45 MINJAN 3
Comments
Episode 16-Creative outlets through cancer

Episode 15-Managing your thoughts and feelings with breast cancer and the holidays.

EThe holidays, a time to celebrate, spend time with family, make memories, and soak in those traditions. But what if you are getting chemo during the holiday season? What if you just had surgery and cannot physically move your arms in the direction of wrapping paper? The holidays can be overwhelming and stressful, but that is life with cancer every day so how do you mix the two? Here is my advice.

27 MIN2018 DEC 20
Comments
Episode 15-Managing your thoughts and feelings with breast cancer and the holidays.

Episode 14-Am I crazy?Nope, it's hormone therapy

EThis episode I share my experience with starting hormone therapy. The fact that I really didn't know too much hormone therapy, the drugs, what they did, how long I would be on them, and the frequency. So much is out of your control, from the mood swings to the bone pain, and just your mental state of trying to hold it all together. So here is a glimpse into the crazy world of hormones!

40 MIN2018 DEC 13
Comments
Episode 14-Am I crazy?Nope, it's hormone therapy

Episode 13- A solo fighter, Emily comes on to share her story!

EThis episode fellow breast cancer fighter, Emily comes on to share her story. It is amazing to hear how she tackled her diagnosis. She contacted me on Instagram and told me that she appreciated the But You Don't Look Sick podcast but that she couldn't​ relate to having a caregiver there all the time, to have a husband there for support, or even a partner in general. I wanted her to come on the podcast to further that conversation.

54 MIN2018 DEC 6
Comments
Episode 13- A solo fighter, Emily comes on to share her story!

Episode 12-Radiation and Exchange Surgery

EThis episode I go all in with the details of radiation. Things I did to prep my skin, products I used, and what it is like to go through treatment. I also talk about going in for my exchange surgery, that ended up happening a lot sooner than I anticipated. How I choose my implant size, and what my next steps in treatment looked like.

40 MIN2018 NOV 29
Comments
Episode 12-Radiation and Exchange Surgery

Episode 11-Bilateral Mastectomy, the surgery and recovery

EFinally, it was time for the big surgery, my bilateral mastectomy. In this episode, I am talking about the preparation for surgery, the ins and, outs of surgery itself, and recovery. I also go into detail about the next steps after there was residue disease found in my lymph nodes.

56 MIN2018 NOV 15
Comments
Episode 11-Bilateral Mastectomy, the surgery and recovery

Episode 10-The emotions behind a double mastectomy

EThis is a tough episode! Going back to the months leading up to my double mastectomy. I knew from the moment I had my first biopsy that if it was cancer, I wanted a bilateral mastectomy. I didn't know all the ins and outs of the surgery, but I knew in my heart that this was the right choice for me mentally. Reliving those months is hard, it brings up emotions I didn't have then but am realizing now. There is nothing easy about this surgery, not everyone around you will understand what is going on. What matters most if how you feel, how I felt, and how to feel confident in that.

41 MIN2018 NOV 8
Comments
Episode 10-The emotions behind a double mastectomy
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