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.
Recently Beth Caldwell wrote about being an ally to metastatic breast cancer patients – this week she shares a practical way for you to do this.
Head on over to Nancy’s blog for a book giveaway.
Deeply saddened by the news that Sherri Fillipo has died at the age of 55 died of metastatic breast cancer.
Terri shares a terrific example of how our online connections make a difference in our “real” lives too.
The Cancer Curmudgeon draws parallels between herself and social media sensation Grumpy Cat.
Carrie shares her experience of A Fresh Chapter’s India Odyssey.
Elizabeth uncovers some reminders of her breast cancer diagnosis, and makes a decision on what to do with them.
Amy shares a round-up of hereditary cancer news.
Wonderful reflection by Kathi on growing older inspired by writer Anne Lamott, who has also inspired Katie this week.
Helen fills us in on what’s been happening in her world lately.
A practical and clear explanation of the role of hormone treatment therapy in breast cancer from Liz.
An impassioned plea from Vickie to stop the blame game.
Audrey shares a poem written to a friend who was taken too soon by cancer.
Great article by Elaine on patients attending medical conferences.
A very warm welcome back to the blogosphere to Sarah this week.
Knowing who your real friends and supporters are – the topic of Caroline‘s latest post.
Beth shares some exiting news this week.
Eileen has found a new doctor and a new diagnosis for her fatigue.
Incredibly beautiful post by Yvonne on love and loss.
Finally, I’d like to leave you this week with a powerful message from Brandi to carry us through the coming week.
Until next week,
Yours with love
Thanks as always… Some heart felt posts this week..
Thanks, Marie. At least three of us that I know of (me,Katie & Yvonne) had birthdays this week, too. ❤ 🙂 Kathi
Marie, this is a wonderful round up of so many great posts this week. Thank you for all of the great work you are doing. 💞
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