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.
Following your cancer diagnosis, have you been asked completely inappropriate questions, been offered equally inappropriate, not-asked-for advice or been on the receiving end of crude or just weird comments? asks Nancy in her post on “cancer clunkers.”
It was World Poetry Day last week and Yvonne writes a gorgeous post to celebrate the day.
Soul cravings: What are they and how to take care of yours? Karin‘s latest intriguingly titled post tells you more.
Ilene tells us this week that she’s “opening a dealership to sell brand new normals at highly discounted prices to post-diagnosis cancer survivors, and free of cost to stage IV metastatic patients.”
Terri is celebrating 4 years since she started her Diep C Journey.
Amy shares reflections on life after two prophylactic surgeries.
A St Patrick’s Day flavor to JoAnn’s blog this week.
What’s the evidence for ketogenic diets and cancer prevention? Janet shares a recent scientific study on the lack of evidence.
Another super fact-filled post from Cathy on why the advice to “Eat Everything in Moderation” is not helpful.
Special birthday wishes to Connie.
Wise words from Barbara this week. “If everyone of us took the time to consider the consequences of our actions before we said or did something,” she writes, ” we could create a really different life for ourselves.”
Finally this week, I leave you with a thought from Sarah on the value of online support and friendship.
Until next week,
May you experience friendship’s warmth in your life.
Yours with much love always
Thank you for taking time to put together yet another weekly roundup, Marie. And thank you so much for including my post on Cancer Clunkers.
It’s been a while since I heard that phrase Nancy – it was good to be reminded of it again.