Last month, I finished reading the recently published book authored by my online friend and fellow blogger, Carolyn Thomas. The book’s title is, A Woman’s Guide to Living with Heart Disease, John Hopkins University Press (2017), first edition, Baltimore, MD. 168 pages. Women’s health.
A topic that comes up fairly often in emails I receive from you, my dear readers, and in the Facebook groups I’m in is this one – feeling marginalized, regarding your cancer experience. This can happen regardless of your stage, btw. Has this ever happened to you? Have you ever felt your experience is being […]
When you clicked to read this post, based on the title, what did you assume it would be about? Did the title make you want to read it, or not so much? Do people make too many assumptions about you on a regular basis? Do you make too many assumptions about others or situations you’re […]
Keeping it real. Support you can use. If you’ve subscribed to my email list, you already know these two phrases pretty much sum up what I try to do here on the blog. They’re sort of like my mission statements. But what do they really mean, and am I actually delivering on either one?
Are you feeling confused by the recently implemented updates to the breast cancer staging system? Did you even know changes have been made? I only learned about the changes late last year, and I have been trying to figure out what the changes mean. This post is my attempt to share some of what I […]