Depending upon where you live, there may well be a support group for you to meet up face-to-face with other breast cancer patients, survivors and even previvors (BRCA gene positive women who’ve had prophylactic surgery in bid to outsmart the big C).  The age range can be a sticking point (where you’re the one sticking out as a shiny young thing) so you may prefer to attend a general young persons group.  They usually take place at a café or somewhere similar and are pretty informal.  Like the online forums they provide a safe place to meet others on the same sticky wicket and can help deal to the feelings of isolation that cancer can bring.  Your local branch of the Cancer Society are a great starting point to provide you with details of groups that they run in your area