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Archive: 10 2013
riding shotgun
Oct
31

The end of innocence

Katie continues to teach me valuable life lessons. This is another one. Read More

Bumpyboobs
Oct
30

Hope, Fear, and Investment Sweaters

It’s been such a while since I’ve last posted. To rev up my blogging juices, I’m writing directly into the text box on wordpress. This is quite literally going to be a post that’s hot off the keyboard. Life has been busy. Sometimes that is good, sometimes that is bad. Basically the goodness or badness all… Read More

both sides
Oct
29

Cancer Fatigue

Cancer has it's own unique fatigue. It is made up of so many parts. This is a poem, video and words of advice since sometimes, we can't change the situation but we CAN change how we think about it. That is empowering. Read More

countesstt
Oct
28

YOU DON’T LEARN THAT IN SCHOOL

Near the end of August my kids attended a one week hockey camp.  They really enjoyed it and I think it was good for them to have their minds and bodies busy.  I was worried about them and seeing them enjoying themselves was heartwarming and encouraging.  The following week summer was officially over and it was… Read More

Posted in: Diagnosis, Family

both sides
Oct
27

Flow - A Mindful State

Do you ever find yourself so completely immersed in what you are doing that you lose track of time? It is called "Flow." I call it "the place in my head where time stands still." It is highly correlated with happiness and other positive traits. Choose high-flow activities to improve happiness and exercise our resilience to cancer's post traumatic stress. Read More

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