The lesion on my back/shoulder still remains the same; still crusty and feels like a scab,even when I picked it off it still grew back the same way(it also bled) and I noticed it also has 3 holes in it,too, and I wouldn’t be surprised if it is melanoma, or skin cancer, esp. given all the time I spend out in the sun in the summer, every summer, for my entire life, but do I regret it, and will I stop being out in the sun if it turns out that it actually is skin cancer?
You know why? I absolutely love being out in the sun, it’s so relaxing, so de-stressing, and I love sitting out in the sun,reading in the sun, laying out in the sun suntanning, just being out in the sun, feeling the warmth of the sun on me, it’s one of the best feelings in the world and one of my greatest pleasures in life, and the tan I get as a result also makes me look and feel so much healthier than the usual pasty white I am in the winter, and if I end up with skin cancer, well, then, so be it. I figure everyone has to eventually die of something sometime, so you might as well do what you enjoy while you are alive.
They say that so many things cause cancer now anyway, so it’s virtually impossible to avoid everything; they say the air we breathe, the food we eat, the additives in our food and water, pollution in the air, chemicals we put on our skin and in our hair,smoking, the sun, radiation, microwaves, cell phones, wi-fi,, bhp in plastic, smog, chemicals, etc. cause cancer, and some people even say that the chemicals in sunscreen cause it,too, so it seems that no matter what you do you’re still always at risk for getting cancer, that pretty much everything seems to cause it( or so they say, and if they are to be believed) but even the so-called “experts” don’t even always know and keep on changing their minds and revising their findings…..so who really even knows. All I know is I’m not going to worry about it, obsess over it, or dwell on it, and I’m just going to do what I like and enjoy and take my chances.
Everyone’s going to die someday anyway. You’re going to die of something. There’s no way around it or to avoid it.Most people statistically will probably end up dying of cancer, heart attack, or stroke anyway, so do what you love while you still can and for me that’s enjoying being out in the sun.