I've been watching Grey's Anatomy and other medical shows for quite a few years, but just before my surgery I found that I could not bear to watch any medical shows. After my surgery I was able to tune in again until the other night when Grey's topic was breast cancer followed by chemo. One of the Drs mother was shown in the chemo ward, I quickly turned it off. Also my husband and I were watching a movie on Netflix one evening and it looked really good, until we realized the main character was dying from cancer. Too much!!! We decided to put it on hold for the time being. I mostly watch comedies now, like the Goldbergs, The Middle and even the golden oldies like Leave It To Beaver, Andy Griffiths, I Love Lucy - anythng to make me laugh. Anyone else feel this way before surgery or chemo/radiation treatments?