Tag Archives: life after breast cancer

along came a message on a rainy day

Along came a message to this blog that I opened this morning. The message said: Hi! I was just diagnosed a couple weeks ago (am age 34), and have found your blog super helpful (especially the post on how to … Continue reading

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the next phase

Fifty. How old that seemed when I was a kid, and now it is just a beginning. I am a bundle of emotion today I find. It has been quite a journey getting here. Well, that is what life is, … Continue reading

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breast debates

Nothing stirs a debate more amongst breast cancer previvors and survivors more than what to do with the “girls”.  It is a truly boobylicious debate. Do you wear your chest flat and proud, lopsided and loving it (that would be me … Continue reading

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changes

Two weeks ago I began my next round of check-ups.  Once you have had a breast cancer diagnosis and received treatment, you do have to be diligent with your health.  After all if you aren’t going to treat yourself well, … Continue reading

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catching up

Hi there.  It has been a while since I really did an update. So I thought I would drink my morning cup of coffee and get to.  Mind you, I will get to in a minute after my morning hot flash (hot … Continue reading

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bucket list, a reality

As I look around my living room, in my mind’s eye I still can see my old living room, albeit a little blurry now.  As I continue to settle into this new life of mine, you have to observe (or … Continue reading

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what is it people don’t understand about breast cancer changing a person?

Greetings faithful readers.  As you all know a couple of months ago I decided my health was more important than a job in an industry that is incredibly stressful.   I have never spoken about my job much, because face it,  … Continue reading

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