Category Archive: Top Posts

The ties that bind

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Cancer may have brought our community together but for many of us the ties of friendship have been strengthened through life’s other challenges and griefs. We hurt as much for the pain our… Continue reading

The problem with the phrase ‘battling cancer’

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Originally posted on Health Care Social Media:
See on Scoop.it – Journeying Beyond Breast Cancer Are military metaphors such as “battling” appropriate when it comes to cancer, asks Andrew Graystone. See on http://www.bbc.co.uk

Creating new memories

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The vibrant purple of the Jacaranda trees which line the Adelaide streets have delighted me since I arrived here. They are such a contrast to the naked winter trees of home. I know… Continue reading

Rules For Being Amazing!

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Temporary Interruption

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Blogging has been temporarily suspended for this week, as I settle into my new life down under – finding a permanent place to live is occupying a lot of time, and my internet… Continue reading

Motivation Monday

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No New Normal; Re-Inventing My Life

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Originally posted on Dglassme's Blog:
What do these buttons tell you about me? I’ve collected these over time, each new shirt or blouse, pair of pants that came with an extra one…

Houston Chronicle: Men also can find themselves facing breast cancer by @JenniferAKimrey

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Originally posted on Entering a World of Pink:
Thank you Jennifer for covering male breast cancer on the Chron’s breast cancer awareness blog – much appreciated! You can read the piece here: Men…

A Birthday Adventure

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Today is my birthday and to celebrate I am off on a new adventure. I am writing this at the airport waiting to board a flight to Australia where I will be doing… Continue reading

Breast Cancer Awareness Month Interview With Dr Susan Love

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When I was diagnosed with breast cancer one of the first books I read which really helped me enormously was Dr Susan Love’s Breast Book. Clear, detailed and informative it was my bible… Continue reading