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Choosing to Feed Faith Over Fear
Sometimes every little bump or bruise can make me feel terrified of what it might be. Understanding how my brain is wired helps me to fight being overcome with the fear of recurrence.
Are There Max Coverage Limits on Emotional Support Plans?
Don't end up alone lying in the hospital surround by the smells of disinfectant.
These Are The Things I Can Give To Myself After Cancer Surgery
Breast cancer survivor with the recently discovered PALB2 genetic mutation talks about what self-care might look like before, during and after her preventative double mastectomy.
Making Metastatic Cancer Fears Work for Me
So, what was the first thing I thought about when I vowed to not think about cancer? Cancer, of course.
Wishing My Life Away
Wishing is fairly commonplace, but can be extremely counterproductive especially in the lives of cancer patients.
What Happens When Cancer Choreographs Our Lives?
Our dance with cancer is tenuous, so we better lead the way.
Yikes! Can Surgery Spread Cancer?
One breast cancer survivor's thoughts on news from a recent study about the potential risks of surgery.
The Continued Healing of a Survivor
Six and 12 months after finishing chemo, I reflected on how my healing continued.
Did You Really Just Ask That During an Interview?
When cancer becomes a topic of conversation during a job interview.
Time to Regroup: Advice from a Survivor
Advice from a long time survivor proves fruitful in helping this breast cancer survivor regroup.
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