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congratulations and many more celebrations be with you! It sounds like you focus more on living each day rather than the way you did live prior to this unplanned journey. sounds like common sense but for some like myself it has come slowly. Are you retired? I ask since that may be one less get in the way daily concern.
My retirement 17 years ago (my choice to go at 56) long predated my battle with PCa, starting 10 years ago, so I guess in getting into that easy going approach to life, I've had it easier than some!