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both sides
May
01

A Broken Body

A broken body gets its strength from resilience. Cancer treatment breaks our identity but after cancer treatment, the fallout of effects can keep breaking us for years to come. There is a Japanese bowl that is more valuable repaired than it was perfect. That is resilience and it is contagious. Read More

both sides
Mar
23

How to Begin

This is a blog about smallest steps, showing up to begin to make something happen – to change perspective and expectations. Just begin, it is the hardest part. Read More

both sides
Feb
14

Your HELP Team

What an amazing ordeal our bodies take in illness. Our inability to get back to our everyday lives affects not just us but the world of people around us. They are the forgotten heroes who step up to the plate and get us through - the Co-Survivors. But give yourself credit too. It takes a change in attitude to let go of the reins, lose control and let those people take over. It is a team of HELP that take us on our next journey. Your outcome unknown but their unconditional acceptance of you is worth noticing and recognizing. Read More

riding shotgun
Feb
10

Kindness for Vitamin G - My friend Dr. Alex Ginty

This was just published on my own site dkridingshotgun.squarespace.com but I wanted to ensure this got to our wonderful Facing Cancer community. Read More

both sides
Jan
25

Art is Therapy

Art is Therapy - take the time and let your mind free to create. When we are knocked down physically and emotionally, it can be challenging to find positivity and freedom from worry as well as disabilities. Whether it is colouring, finding quotes with a photo, collaging in mixed media or sewing, let’s feel good and create. Read More

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