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Bumpyboobs
by Bumpyboobs

Hello 2015, How have you been doing? It has been a lovely one month since I disappeared. Where have I been? Mostly in the kitchen doing dishes. (again) We also had family get-togethers, I sewed stockings for everyone, there was some crazy Settlers of Katan playing, Zsolt and travelled to CUBA . . . and then…

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both sides
by both sides

How do I talk to a friend? What do I take them? How often do I go? What do I write in a card? What makes it so difficult to talk to cancer patients - it may be the fear of saying the wrong thing or guilt of upsetting them. There may be a first visit but then it fades just when the Cancer Blues become reality. How can we help?

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jc.chessell
by jc.chessell

My mother’s sister Linda has arrived from Australia for her annual visit. We’ve got a trip to Roatan booked in a few weeks, but no one believes we’ll actually be going. Sad, because if ever I needed a vacation, now was the time. Linda is great to have around. She worked in the social work/medical field for 30…

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Wonderful stories of love & support: Read & vote for your favourite to receive the @cancer2gether Co-Survivor Award bit.ly/1ByZPf92015 01 21 · reply · retweet · favorite

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Read & vote for your favourite inspriational story of love & support to receive the @cancer2gether Co-Survivor Award: bit.ly/1CHvooK2015 01 19 · reply · retweet · favorite

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For women dealing with #cancer and those who love them. Read, Relate and Connect at FacingCancer.ca2015 01 16 · reply · retweet · favorite

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