This List Of Hubbies Supporting Their Wives Will Make You Cry

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Social media is a wonderful venue to show how much a person cares for a loved one and to show a devotion to a cause. These brave couples decided to post adorable photos of husbands standing by their wives as these women undergo scary breast cancer treatments. The photos seek to let women know their spouses have their backs no matter what. Here’s some other ways spouses show their support during their loved ones fight against breast cancer.

First Day of Chemo

Some husbands took pictures with their wives as they go through chemo.
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Finish Line!

Other hubbies supported their wives by participating in 5K races to support breast cancer research.
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Wedding Bells

Fighting breast cancer is truly a family affair that goes beyond just a husband standing by his wife–sometimes the kids get involved, too.
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Flowers and Ballons

Flowers and balloons may mark a celebratory moment at the end of treatment.
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Her Rock

Husbands are the steadfast rocks who support their wives with love that never gives up.
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Go Pink

Wearing pink, the manliest of manly colors, shows support for wives going through breast cancer treatments.
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Thanking God

Relying on the strength of a higher power is one way to give women hope for the future despite painful chemo treatments.
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Matching Heads

Shaving heads show solidarity with someone going bald due to chemo.
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Stronger Couples

Married couples come out stronger and more committed to each other after going through the treatment process together.
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Do you have a loved one whose support you want to show off? Put a picture in the comments or share your story!

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