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    Default Christina Applegate: I miss my exquisite breasts sometimes

    The Up All Night star, who underwent a double mastectomy in 2008 after being diagnosed with the same disease her mother survived, opens up about her painful struggle to come to terms with losing both of her breasts in the November 2012 issue of More magazine, and RadarOnline.com has the details.
    “I miss my exquisite breasts sometimes,” she reveals, in reference to a line about her natural mammary glands in the movie Anchorman.
    The 40-year-old explains how she was denied the time to grieve, as the media learned about her surgery immediately following the operation.
    “The good thing is that we got the information out, but talking about the facts of the disease, I didn’t have to see what was going on with me. I think when it slowed down, all that came crashing down,” she says.
    With the help of her friends and family and a spiritual advisor, she overcame what she calls a “total emotional collapse.”
    Soon after, she reunited with old friend Martyn LeNoble, and the two quickly fell in love.
    “We had always cared deeply for one another when we were friends. And he came and put me under his wing. That was it – he was supposed to come.”
    Applegate, who welcomed her first child, Sadie Grace, in early 2011, hopes to have another with her partner, but sadly, it may not be an option.
    “Because of some things that happened during my pregnancy, I don’t know if I can. I hope I can. We’ll see,” she says.
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    I think that's a natural feeling. Grief and missing your breasts would seem very normal to me.
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    I can't imagine how she feels or many, many other women in her situation to have a part of you removed. There has to be a grieving process.
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    any boobie needs a silent moment and a grieving. they are awesome, its like u are mutilated, and in a way that kinda takes something so femiminen, like a guy getting half of the cock cut off, sad. i feel bad for her but at least she is alive
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    Especially since breasts are so closely tied to our feeling of femininity and confidence, for most. To have to undergo surgery and have them removed, it could feel like an identity crises.

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    Her husband's name is Martyn?
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