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.

After last week’s mega blog catch-up, it’s a quieter week here on the round-up. Please let me know if I missed a blog from you – it’s never intentional if I miss one – it’s just me being human.

Exciting news as Beth publishes her first book, Calling The Shots In Your Medical Care. And Nancy is calling on book clubs to consider her own book, Cancer Was Not A Gift, as a book club choice.

In a post full of fresh possibility and hope, Elizabeth writes an honest and compelling account of her daughter’s graduation from high school.

Terri has been writing about finding balance in her life.

Catherine has some good news to share.

In the wake of political change in the UK, a call to compassion from Audrey.

Uzma writes  of her efforts to come to better terms with her status as a metastatic cancer patient.

Liz is talking sex and cancer this week. In her own words:

As a breast surgeon, I never really appreciated the effect that cancer treatment has on a patient’s quality of life. And that a sex life is an important part of that quality of life. Patients have to deal with accepting they have had cancer, body image issues, fear of recurrence etc etc – you all know the drill.

I’m filled with curiosity and excitement for Philippa’s latest adventure.  Read all about it in Under An African Sun.

Finally this week, a great question from Rebecca – it’s one I’ve often thought of myself – if you could erase painful memories would you?

Until next week,

Yours with love

Marie xxx