Hope is the thing with feathers that perches in the soul – and sings the tunes without the words – … More
A few months after my mastectomy and TRAM flap reconstruction, I had it out with the light fixture in my … More
Cancer hit me with guilt the moment it came into my life. Even now, six years later, it’s still part of my cancer experience.
Getting a cancer diagnosis pulls the rug out from under your life. It’s a struggle to give up expectations and learn to accept the unknown.
Worrying and cancer go hand-in-hand. It’s possible to take a step back from excessive worrying and give yourself a break.
This week we’ve been blessed with many new WWGN members, mostly due to the guest post I wrote for Cure Magazine. (Right now the … More
For me, the opposite of scarcity is not abundance. It’s enough. I’m enough. Brene Brown I admit it. I have … More
I just stumbled upon this poem, which I wrote about a year after I had my mastectomy. Part of the … More