Posts Tagged ‘emotions of cancer’

Happiness is your essential nature. So why are so many people suffering? Is it because they have learned that suffering will bring them love and attention? Some…

What does it mean to be a survivor of cancer when you are a young child or adolescent? For everyone diagnosed with cancer, the decisions of what type of treatme…

Starting in 2006, Cancer Pathways of Seattle, Washington started a unique program called Cancer Unwrapped Writing Contest. This program uses the power of writin…

In 1991, Glenn Sabin was a 28-year-old newlywed diagnosed with chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL)–a disease doctors called “uniformly fatal.” Treatments could…

As I lay in the dark, my mind reeling from the past events of the week, I rolled over and watched my husband sleeping fitfully. His breathing didn’t have the rh…

My birthday comes around in August. Each year. More than the candles and cake it sets me thinking. This year it was all about my hair, which makes sense because…

“Cook for Your Life: Delicious, Nourishing Recipes for Before, During, and After Cancer Treatment” is written by Ann Ogden Gaffney, two-time cancer survivor. A…

Starting in 2006, Cancer Pathways of Seattle, Washington started a unique program called Cancer Unwrapped Writing Contest. This program uses the power of writin…

If you are depressed and it is holiday time you some of the following questions may be coming to mind: How do I get out of this? Why am I feeling this way? It’s…

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Nancy Ballard is the Founder and Executive Director of RoomsThatRock4Chemo. Rooms That Rock 4 Chemo (RTR4C) pioneering work to transform uninspired spaces into…

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