Category Archives: talking with loved ones re cancer

It’s October – Breast Cancer Awareness Month

The National Breast Cancer Foundation has deemed October as the month for it’s annual campaign to increase awareness of the disease. In some ways, that is really awesome (but I’m not sure why it’s only 1 month). In other ways, … Continue reading

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Thriving Through the Ordeal

In my last blog, I shared about my son’s cancer. Well, hallelujah .. all is well. He had surgery. The melanoma was taken out, as was a lymph node. And, great news, the cancer didn’t spread …. so he is … Continue reading

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I Have a New Role in the Realm of Cancer — oh no!

It’s been quite a bit of time since my last post, but I’m revving up. I’ll be using this as an opportunity to walk through my next phase regarding cancer — no, not my own, but rather that of my … Continue reading

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Conversations with Loved Ones.

I read an interesting article today about a well-known sports announcer who is now facing his third battle with cancer. He titled his article, “Trying to stay alive for my daughters.” It was quite moving. Sometimes in the midst of … Continue reading

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