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Felicia Mitchell

Felicia Mitchell is a poet and writer who makes her home in southwestern Virginia, where she teaches at Emory & Henry College. She was diagnosed with Stage 2b HER2-positive breast cancer in 2010. Website: www.feliciamitchell.net
Felicia Mitchell
A cancer journey influences how a person contemplates retirement. In my case, it inspired me to retire from teaching earlier than I had originally planned.
Felicia Mitchell
Even those who have undergone mastectomies can enjoy a vintage bralette. And maybe being more comfortable with who I am, a survivor who did not opt for reconstruction, can be a lesson to others.
Felicia Mitchell
With so many cancer survivors working at home during the COVID-19 pandemic, we may need to assess how our shift to computer-based work affects limbs with lymphedema and make a few adjustments to the new routines to help ourselves out. 
Felicia Mitchell
Surviving cancer teaches us emotional resilience, making even a frightening pandemic something we can decide we can navigate.
Felicia Mitchell
Hair loss, a common side effect of some chemo drugs, affects us all in different ways. Yet when hair grows back differently, it becomes a reminder of the changes that come with a diagnosis of cancer.
Felicia Mitchell
Cancer survivors need to keep up with the news. However, reading about a new study or risk factor might make us worry about past choices and/or current options, in a way we can't quite control.
Felicia Mitchell
When we lose a family member to cancer, grief may seem interminable. With time, though, the memories become golden, and there is no reason to forget the good because of the bad.
Felicia Mitchell
Living life means living with the risk of cancer. It is interesting to contemplate how the cards are dealt even as we try to outwit fate.
Felicia Mitchell
One breast cancer survivor shares the whirlwind of emotions that accompanied her while sitting in the waiting room.
Felicia Mitchell
It is hard for me to have regrets, especially when it comes to cancer treatment. I am thankful for every step of my journey. At the same time, voicing a few of my regrets after all this time might help others. A cancer patient needs as much information as possible to make the journey work.
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