The losses from metastatic breast cancer continue, as does the heartache, the frustration, the anger, the disbelief and the agony. The numbers are staggering. Too many, just too many. When will the numbers start going down, we ask? When will the dying stop? How many times can our hearts break?
Do you sometimes blame yourself for getting cancer? If you’ve been diagnosed with any serious illness, you probably have asked, why me? You might’ve wondered if something you did or did not do was partly to blame for your predicament. The blame game is pointless, unhelpful and potentially harmful. So, stop blaming yourself.
I am excited to announce (finally) here on the blog that my new ebook, Facing Your Mastectomy & Making Reconstruction Decisions, is now available! If you subscribe to my newsletters, you have known about my new ebook for a while. It always ends up taking me longer than planned to finish any sort of writing project, […]
Recently I read the novel, Go Set A Watchman, by Harper Lee. When the book first came out a couple years ago, I was excited to read it, but then I started reading reviews in which people expressed their disappointment in it. I ended up not reading it partly because I didn’t want to be […]
The GOP’s recently proposed American Health Care Act (AHCA) doesn’t sound very American to me. I don’t see how a plan that is reported to likely see 14 million Americans lose their health care coverage in one year and 26 million by decade’s end as being very American. I don’t see a plan that gives tax credits […]