Facing Cancer
Sign InX
»forgot password?
Not a member ? Register
» View All

Our bloggers have been there. Read their stories.

riding shotgun
by riding shotgun

Recently, I publicized the launch of a Kickstarter campaign to support the publication of my book, Riding Shotgun. A dear friend suggested it would be a good idea to share an excerpt from the book. He's a pretty bright guy so I'm gonna do it. In fact here are two. Something else to point out...this entire…

Read More
both sides
by both sides

Overcoming comfort zones, don’t be embarrassed, getting through surgery takes some good ideas and support. That’s why we are here. This time, for me, it's a hip replacement - let’s review some rules with my “Be prepared patient list".

Read More
MalClaire
by MalClaire

A blog to acknowledge the caregivers in our lives. The people who support us no matter what.

Read More
Twitter Updates
cancer2gether

Congrats @dkridingshotgun on this amazing accomplishment! TY for the many stories and insights you've shared with us kickstarter.com/projects/ridin…2016 09 14 · reply · retweet · favorite

cancer2gether

Office mates can become like a second family. So how do you cope when a co-worker is diagnosed with cancer? lnk.al/2BLW2016 09 08 · reply · retweet · favorite

cancer2gether

Ur skills can help women face cancer with confidence lnk.al/2wQ0 https://t.co/oDSCUwb0Mi2016 09 01 · reply · retweet · favorite

cancer2gether

Expressing yourself during cancer can feel like learning a new language. lnk.al/2ssN2016 08 24 · reply · retweet · favorite

Connecting: The question
In what ways has cancer changed you?

Cancer has made me stronger. Cancer has made me angry. Cancer has made me grateful. Cancer has made me introverted. Cancer has made me beautiful. Cancer has made me scared. Cancer has made me love the little things more. Cancer has made me see people more clearly. Cancer has made me sad. Cancer has made me laugh more. Cancer has made me…

byebyebadboobie
Connecting: The Poll
Cancer has made me ...
Look Good Feel Better
Join the "Tell Her" Movement