Category Archive: Guest Blog

I was supposed to be ready

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The expectation when you lose a parent is that somehow it is to be expected and that this makes the grief more bearable and less painful. But those of us who have experienced… Continue reading

Motivation Monday

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Thanks to Jan Hasak for standing in the gap today with her inspirational contribution to Motivation Monday.  As a patient-advocate for the Lymphedema Advocacy Group, I grabbed the rare opportunity to go to… Continue reading

Mamma’s Memories

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Thanks to Rachel Pappas of 1 Up On Cancer for standing in the gap today with her delightful memories of her daughter growing up.  The memories stories seem to be well appreciated here… Continue reading

All things pie

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Standing in the gap today is Nancy Hicks of The Pink Underbelly blog, who has chosen to write a post for me all about pie, complete with mouth-watering pics. Every Sunday morning we… Continue reading

Narative Nipple

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Narrative Nipple is a new online literary community which was launched last week by Catherine Brunelle (who you may recognise from her weekly round up appearances as Bumpyboobs). In today’s guest post, Catherine tell us what led… Continue reading

Writing a Book: Persistence Through the Process

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It’s a real pleasure for me to introduce you to today’s guest writer, Beth Gainer, author of Calling the Shots: Coaching Your Way Through the Medical System. The idea of writing my book –… Continue reading

And the winner is…

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Time to announce the winner of this week’s giveaway – a copy of Mari McCarthy’s  Who Are You? How to Use Journaling Therapy to Know and Grow Your Life And the winner is… Beth… Continue reading

Too Personal for Twitter? Journal It!

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Today’s guest post is written by Mari L. McCarthy, author and journaling therapy expert. One lucky reader will be picked at random from your comments to win a copy of Mari’s latest book Who Are… Continue reading

Guest Post

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Today’s guest post is written by Coco.  A treatise against a mandatory sunny disposition for all breast cancer survivors. I always knew breast cancer would appear in my life. After nearly 12 years… Continue reading

Guest Post: Sing to Live

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August 10, 2004 was the day my life was redirected. It was the day I was told abnormal cells were found in a recent biopsy. I was told I needed surgery and radiation… Continue reading