Weekly Round Up
Time 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.
I feel so much gratitude to Elizabeth as she shares her journey with mindfulness with us through her blog. I was very moved by her latest post on the RAIN meditation. Do read it.
The prize for the most exotic blog post title this week goes to Philippa for On The Road To Mandalay. And Back.
Nancy is giving away a copy of her new book Cancer Was Not a Gift & It Didn’t Make Me a Better Person.
Some interesting reflections on “scanxiety” from Stacey.
I was incredibly moved reading Rebecca‘s post on her inner child – brought up a lot of buried feelings for me.
Wonderful post by Beth on the immense value of kindness.
Gorgeous reflection on grief, fear and love by Jenny.
A poignant reminder by Detrice to cherish those we love in our lives.
Helen shares an important petition she’s like us all to sign.
Excellent advice on breast cancer options on the BCSM blog.
It’s not a straight-forward or easy decision to undertake genetic testing. Terri takes us through the thought process she went through on her way to making the decision for herself.
Chris has written about our relationship with fear when we are diagnosed with cancer.
Alison is celebrating some of her favourite things in her latest post.
Great points made by Beth on the stark reality of cancer.
A moving post on hair-loss, friendship, and support on Jo’s blog.
I loved reading Carrie‘s post on what lies beneath – really powerful imagery and message.
Catherine has been resting on her new sofa, and dreaming of cars, after her first chemo session last week. Sending oodles of healing thoughts your way Catherine.
Susan has written a rebuttal to the recent New York Post Editorial about the Aid in Dying Bill. “This isn’t suicide. This isn’t murder”, she writes, ” This is Death with Dignity and everyone should be able to chose to have one.”
Finally this week, a warm welcome back to the blogosphere to Lori – we’ve missed you!
Until next week,
Yours with love