Fight for the Moment

Even as a 40-year survivor of childhood cancer, I still 'fight for the moment'. It is so easy to get stuck in the memories, the trauma of the past. Conversely, it is so easy to wonder, to worry about the future. So, the fight to be present 'in the moment' is real and it can … Continue reading Fight for the Moment

Find Your Tribe

Find your Tribe. It's a matter of great import and I’ve got some thoughts to share on this under-addressed, yet oh so critical aspect of the lived experience of cancer from diagnosis [and] treatment to the end of active treatment, the living out of the cure and the encountering of late effects of cancer treatment. … Continue reading Find Your Tribe