Grief and Loss

"Loss is a jagged pill, and grief, a constant companion in varying degrees." Stephanie D. Zimmerman My last post was ~2 weeks ago in response to the death of my cousin, Sherry. This past Sunday, I learned that my uncle Red married 50+ years to my aunt Jeanie, who passed away 2 years ago, had … Continue reading Grief and Loss

Late Effects: Anxiety, Depression, & PTSD

Today, I am attempting my first EVER Facebook LIVE with a closed group Surviving Survivorship that I recently created in an effort to raise awareness regarding late effects of cancer treatment months, years, even decades out from the end of treatment. If you are an adult survivor of cancer diagnosed from birth up to 39 … Continue reading Late Effects: Anxiety, Depression, & PTSD

Shared Decision Making

I met with my PCP, Dr. Pepper, a couple of weeks ago, to discuss a plan for lung surveillance moving forward. I had several things on my heart and mind that I felt we needed to plan for in the future specific to potential late effects. I have several unique 'things' that place me at … Continue reading Shared Decision Making