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After a bout with cancer, many things change. Quite a few of those things are changes that can never be changed back to the way it used to be. So, how does one go about learning acceptance?
Kim Johnson discusses making better choices in the face of the unknown after cancer.
While there is a difference between cancer and mundane medical crises, the mundane counts. Try to be holistic. Survive flu season as well as cancer. Practice wellness.
Breast cancer and melanoma survivor who is also a clutter-clearing author shares her tips for cancer and other papers.
Because I am a lifelong learner and an educator at heart, I always feel the compelling need to share in case someone else out there might benefit from the fires I've walked through.
Although now in remission, Ed has agreed with the oncologist, to take two more rounds of chemo in hopes he might not have another relapse.
Accepting feelings of guilt is not only normal, but it's a part of life.
Living resolution-free has given me a chance to really think about what matters now and how I want to live.