Weekly Round-Up

It’s that time of the week again when I bring you the top posts I’ve come across this week. These posts have left an impact on me, they have either been thought-provoking, informative or touching. If you have written a post that you believe will interest our readers, I encourage you to leave a comment below.

Nancy announces her soon-to-be-released new book, Emerging: Stories from the Other Side of a Cancer Diagnosis, Loss, and a Pandemic.

Jennifer shares her personal experience with scanxiety and offers suggestions for coping with this challenging experience, such as mindfulness techniques, support groups, and counseling

In her latest post, Barbara discusses the insecurities she faced during and after treatment and encourages others in the breast cancer community to acknowledge and accept their insecurities, and to seek support and understanding from others who have been through similar experiences.

Abigail explores the topic of censorship in literature this week, concluding by encouraging readers to question censorship and advocate for freedom of expression and the right to read.

Check out Rod’s interview with Abigail, whom he calls a “patient advocate extraordinaire”, and never a truer word spoken there!

Steve discusses the challenges of making difficult decisions when facing a cancer diagnosis in his latest post.

The Male Breast Cancer blog shares tips and advice for individuals who are preparing to undergo chemotherapy for breast cancer.

Lisa’s latest Grateful Bloomer entry focuses on the importance of speaking up and advocating for oneself, particularly in the context of healthcare.

In Life After Why, Sheri discusses the impact of chronic stress on the body and offers practical tips for improving the body’s stress response.

Gabby‘s latest post emphasizes the need for self-acceptance and self-care, as well as the benefits of practicing gratitude and mindfulness.

And that’s a wrap for another week. I’ve recently started to watch re-runs of Hill Street Blues and I feel like I want to say that famous line to you…

Be careful out there

Until next week

Yours with much love always

Marie xxx