Hi, glad to see you back! One day at a time...BC is manageable! I would encourage you to keep close tabs on your mood, and maybe ask someone close to help monitor, but I bet you will do great! Most of us that have gone through chemo are likely to say that the fear of the unknown is the worst part of it. Once you get through it the first time, you will pretty much know what to expect. I did 4 AC and was so fortunate, with very few side effects. I was prepared for the worst, and was happy to not come close to it. I worked full time, minus about 3 days during each chemo cycle. It is just me, no kids to take care of, which also made it easier. But I never was nauseous, never felt puny or sick. A little tired the first couple days and then back to normal...with a few extra little side effects, such as acid reflux.
No guarantee you will have anything the same as anyone else. Just be aware of what 'might' happen, but do not expect them all. And the fear of the unknown is usually much worse than the beast itself.
And don't forget...we have been there done that, and we'll help you wherever we can!