Category Archive: Guest Blog

Debbie’s discovery of cancer’s gifts

by

It is such a joy to host today’s guest author, Debbie Woodbury, founder of Where We Go Now, an online community for cancer survivors. Our paths crossed on twitter when I discovered a kindred… Continue reading

Avoiding the “Spinach Effect”: Not Letting Cancer Define Me

by

It’s an honor to host Tracy Seeley, author of My Ruby Slippers: the Road Back to Kansas on her book tour this week. Avoiding the “Spinach Effect”: Not Letting Cancer Define Me I used… Continue reading

What is Paget’s Disease?

by

My thanks to Sarah Mendoza for today’s guest post. In September 2009 Sarah was diagnosed with Paget’s and wide spread high grade ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS). Her blog, The Breast Cancer Lottery,… Continue reading

Guest Post: Running

by

Today’s guest post is written by Tish Kirkland, owner of Hatiheri a business which sells headwear and accessories for hair loss. Hatiheri was born out of Tish’s frustration at not being able to… Continue reading

Rachel’s Story

by

Today’s guest blogger is Rachel Pappas, whose website 1 Up On Cancer is a resource  with the aim of providing upbeat information for all cancers. ______________________________________ Taking a stand for my girl and… Continue reading

Writing your way to a good night’s sleep

by

Today’s guest post is written by Mari L. McCarthy, author and journaling therapy expert. Don’t forget to check out details below of how you can win a copy of Mari’s latest book Who… Continue reading

Tami’s story – dealing with a recurrence of cancer

by

I am so pleased to share with you today a guest post by Tami Boehmer, particularly as it deals with a fear many of us survivors share – the fear of a cancer… Continue reading

Men are survivors too

by

Today’s guest post is written by Rhonda Smith founder of Breast Cancer Partner, an online resource aimed at breast cancer survivors who are nearing the end of treatment or who are on their… Continue reading

How to make the breast cancer journey easier

by

Today’s post is written by Patricia Walling,  a graduate student working toward her Masters in Conservation Biology. She has both professional and volunteer experience in a hospital environment and currently resides in Washington… Continue reading

In the Trenches, Together

by

  Today’s guest blog is one woman’s powerful story of dealing with a double blow – a diagnosis of cancer at the same time as one of her best friends. Here Nancy Hicks tells what happened to… Continue reading