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countesstt
by countesstt

One day shortly before my second chemo treatment, Mike called me from his office to let me know that one of his colleagues at work had put my name forward to an organization that makes handmade quilts for people with cancer.  I was really touched by this since I had never even met this particular colleague…

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both sides
by both sides

Giving yourself and your time is the ultimate gift. Remember those people who came into your life and stayed, not just brought the gift at the beginning of your troubles. The one who came over because you were silent and sent positive energy for no reason. The one who needs nothing in return and needs no reward but fulfillment. I learn from beautiful people everyday.

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countesstt
by countesstt

As you might imagine, cancer and the treatments for it affect your entire body inside and out.  Your outward appearance can change in so many ways and for many people this can be difficult on self-esteem and confidence.  I had heard about a program called “Look Good Feel Better” and I decided to find out more…

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@Simpson957 Very best of luck to you. I hope it becomes a big day in a good way, whatever it may be. ~Catherine2014 04 21 · reply · retweet · favorite

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ATTN #breastcancer peeps: Have u taken the #BCSM survey yet? It takes just 2 minutes. Help #BCSM by giving feedback: bcsmcommunity.org/bcsm-needs-you…2014 04 21 · reply · retweet · favorite

cancer2gether

What a great article - wonderfully done, @kaitfowlie and @29Secrets! 29secrets.com/relationships/…2014 04 21 · reply · retweet · favorite

29Secrets

A thoughtful piece about cancer and its effect on intimacy. Great article by @kaitfowlie on 29Secrets. bit.ly/1pmUR4c @cancer2gether2014 04 21 · reply · retweet · favorite

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hello, finding out I had cancer, I didn’t cry, or get sad, what was my alternative.  I am a 60 yr. old mom of 3 grown kids and 4 grandkids and a wonderful hubby of 34 yrs.
But after having time to think what has it done for me: Re-examine my priorities.  I was a caregiver for children, infants and the elderly for years, now it is time for…

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