Category Archive: Top Posts

Happy Easter

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It’s Easter weekend and my sister is visiting from out of state. I have planned a lot of sight-seeing and things to do with her, so there will be no time for a… Continue reading

Mojo Monday: Metanoia

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Isn’t this a fabulous word? I offer it to you today as a word prompt for writing. Are you on a journey right now in which your horizons are expanding? If so, please consider… Continue reading

Cancer: Emerging From The Fire

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A few weeks ago I shared part one of an eGuide lovingly put together by my friend Gai Comans, featuring interviews with breast cancer survivors who share their thoughts on what they wished they had known… Continue reading

What It Really Takes to Listen to Patients

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Originally posted on HBR Blog Network – Harvard Business Review:
Medical science has enabled our health care system to deliver outcomes that would have been impossible a generation ago, and advances in fields…

Grasping The Baton

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Philippa has set me a challenge. A writing challenge. I said yes. Then I read her contribution to this challenge and well, let’s just say… I have a lot to live up to!… Continue reading

Light Time/Life Time

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“Keep your face to the sun and you will never see the shadows.”  ― Helen Keller Did you know that light takes a long, long, long time to move from the center of the… Continue reading

Mojo Monday

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If you aren’t familiar with the idea behind Mojo Monday, it’s a writing prompt to get your creativity flowing. Feel free to write about it on your blogs, or simply leave a comment… Continue reading

#BCMTalks: My Journey Through Breast Cancer

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I will be sharing my story about breast cancer during a one hour live streaming session on Tuesday 1 April , at 10.30pm GMT, 5.30pm EST, and 3.30pm PST.  I would love if you could join me.… Continue reading

The Motherless Daughters’ Club: A Birthday Remembrance

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Today is my mother’s birthday. The third I have marked without her since she died. Her birthday was the last day I got to spend with her as my Mum; the next day she… Continue reading

Mindful Monday

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