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Cancer Is Not Funny, But Laughing Is
It is OK to laugh during cancer treatment. Laughing and humor are one of the few things cancer can't touch.
Who Was That Ninja, and What Happened to Those Kids in The Chemo Clinic?
Thinking back on my friends who fought cancer with me can sometimes be daunting, but I like to look for the silver lining.
Our First-Class Fear of the Second Leading Cause of Death
We can say the word "cancer" out loud nowadays. But how much does the general public understand about it? And why?
It Is OK to Have a Bad Day
While many of us may share the same or a similar diagnosis how an individual manages a situation or feelings is individualized.
Remission Doesn't Mean Back to Normal
Physically, I was on an upswing, but emotionally, things weren't looking great.
Excuse Me, I May Throw Up From Stress: Ways To Cope
Sometimes worry is good. It keeps us alert and safe. Other times, we kick into worry overdrive and it is helpful to create a tool bag of ways to calm ourselves.
Tears in Her Eyes Puzzled Me: Coping With Other People's Reactions
Breast cancer survivor facing her double mastectomy struggles with tears and hugs.
A Place for Healing: Dempsey Center's Healing Tree Program
The Healing Tree program at the Dempsey center helps young people who were affected by cancer cope.
Getting Used to the Not-Knowing
How do you cope with the fear of recurrence?
Cancer is Not a Singular Experience, It's Plural
Sometimes it feels like we go through cancer alone, but there’s a community out there to offer us love, support and encouragement.
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