2 years ago today we found out I had a mass in my leg. Fast forward through $1,500,000 in total charges, over 1 year on disability, 128 days in-patient, 31 units of blood, and 9 surgeries and here I am. The thing with cancer is that the “war” is never over. You just go from […]Read More 2 Years After Cancer Diagnosis
What goes through your mind as you are making a decision? I’m not talking about the wall color in your house or what car to get. I’m talking about the big ones. The ones that mayors, governors, and other elected officials are making. Ones that doctors are making, not just because of COVID-19 but ones […]Read More An Ethical Dilemma Test For the Big Things in Life
By now, most of you either have gone crazy or you’re starting to. Human beings are social creatures by default. Sure, some of us enjoy or alone time, but as a whole, we NEED interaction with other humans. Right now, the physical interaction just isn’t what we can do. It’s not safe. So what do […]Read More 5 Tips to Survive Social Isolation From a Former Cancer Patient
I want you think about the people in your life for a minute. You’re probably far more aware right now of those you’d consider important right now than normal. They’re the ones that you’re calling. Or FaceTiming. Or just wishing you could see in person again. Got some names? Here’s the all important question in […]Read More Who In Your Life Challenges You?
Disclaimer: this is NOT political so please no politics! Yesterday it was said that we can’t let the cure be worse than the disease. All that I could think about with that was cancer. Not Coronavirus and the economy. Cancer and how it’s pretty darn close to being case. In this picture are 2 of […]Read More The Cure Can’t Be Worse