Weekly Round Up

girl_with_lassoTime for this week’s round-up of the best of the blog posts which I’ve read over the past week. These are the posts that have moved me, taught me something, inspired me, and which I’ve wanted to share with you. Don’t forget if you have written a post which you would like readers to see, just leave a comment below.

Loving that 15 Random Facts has been taken up by more of you on your blogs. Here’s Eileen‘s, Debra‘s, Diane‘s Annmarie‘s  Lisa‘s,  Renn‘s, Lara‘s, JoAnn‘s,  Elizabeth‘s,  Jenny’s, and the Cancer Curmudgeon‘s.

Introducing some new blogs to the weekly round-up – The Cheerful Canceree,  The Cancer Classroom, Chemo Lassie and Don’t Stop Believing

Advice from Jean on navigating radiation after a lumpectomy.

Beth Caldwell casts an acerbic eye on crazy cancer cures.

Amy shares the transcript of a recent Twitter chat on men and hereditary cancer.

Helen shares a post on Kathy Bates’ experience of lymphoedema.

The BCSM blog shine a spotlight on the Young Survival Coalition.

Caroline is talking weight gain on her blog.

Kate has been enjoying some time away from Cancerland.

Anna‘s husband Ian shares the story of a recent ER visit.

Elliot continues to write about Rosie since her death.

Claudia lists her favorite summer reads.

It’s Sarah‘s one year cancerversary and Uzma‘s second.

So happy to see Kathi back blogging again – catch up with her latest post.

Susanne takes the latest cancer campaign Check Your Mate to task for “sexing up” breast cancer.

Jen is talking sex after cancer.

AnneMarie has questions she wants answers to.

Another superb article by Elaine on avoid over-diagnosis and over-treatment of breast cancer.

Chelsey is stunned at the news of her mother’s breast cancer diagnosis.

Beth Gainer’s latest post on PTSD will resonate with many, as will  Nancy‘s on grief and moving on.

A touching post by Audrey on including her mother in a family celebration.

Finally this week, a terrific post by Carrie on the roles we feel we must act through cancer.

And that’s it for another week. See you same time next week.

In the meantime,

Be kind to one another.

Yours with love

Marie xxx