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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…

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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".

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by MalClaire

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

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Twitter Updates

I’m only 22 how can I have cancer? I’m not yet finished school How will I get through this: Moving read @mtlgazette: bit.ly/2ghQDbN2016 12 02 · reply · retweet · favorite


A 22-year-old woman from #Montreal diagnosed w/ #breastcancer turns to fertility procedures to preserve her eggs: bit.ly/2ghQDbN2016 12 02 · reply · retweet · favorite


An open letter to anyone with #breastcancer via @ihadcancer: bit.ly/2fTUdb62016 12 02 · reply · retweet · favorite


This #cancersurvivor is changing the faces of women undergoing treatment via @TODAYshow: on.today.com/2gvzL4o2016 12 02 · reply · retweet · favorite

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