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’m starting off this week’s round-up with a beautiful reflection from Elizabeth on finding meaning and creating moments of self-care in the midst of life’s stresses and sadnesses.
I had a bad experience with my oncologist, so I found it very interesting to read Nancy‘s latest post on what to reasonably expect and want from our oncologist.
The topic of PTSD comes up often in the blogosphere and this week on Stupid Dumb Breast Cancer, Lisa Frost shares her take on PTCD aka Post-traumatic cancer disorder.
Probing question from Barbara this week – what is happening with your cancer medical information?
Uzma continues to live life “between the scans”.
Looking for a new book recommendation? Sarah has just the thing for you.
Delightful post from Karin on embracing and celebrate the value of our struggles and triumphs, having the courage to be foolish, and following your dreams.
Terri shares the story of Jan and how breast reconstruction changed her.
Elaine reports on the latest study on mammography screening.
Becky has returned home and is trying to settle back into her familiar routines again.
Introducing a new blog to the blogosphere this week – Being Dense.
Helen has a new toy! It’s another adjustment to life in a wheelchair for her.
A frank discussion by Jennifer on The Underbelly on the topic of sex after cancer.
Also on The Underbelly, Rod Ritchie writes about male breast cancer.
Connie is celebrating a joyful moment – the birth of her first grandson.
Stephanie writes in her latest post on the topic of elusive nature of post-cancer treatment solutions.
Finally, this week let me leave you with some words of encouragement from AnneMarie
No matter what your space or place, Focus Forward. We can’t undo the past, life offers no opportunity to redo things for which we may have regrets. But, life does allow us to learn and build upon our experiences and blaze our own trails.
I Am Enough. And So Are YOU.
Until next week,
Yours with much love always