I know there are quite a few of us. It really helps to have someone with similar experiences to talk to.I'm thinking of starting a group for Moms with Cancer. Are there any other moms out there who…Continue
I have been on both sides of the fence… having cancer and watching a person I love go through it. At times I do not know which is worse. Be as open and honest as possible. Try and laugh about it some of the quirky side effects etc. Laughter is amazing medicine and lets your partner know that it’s okay to laugh
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Well, that's a bad sign. And, no, this is not an old abandoned playground. This playground is used by children every day.
No one understands the constant fears that are always in the back of your mind. Every ache, cough, pain may be a sign that the beast is back.
Just because you have completed treatment, it’s never really over.
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Ginger adds a warm, earthy, autumn kick to this classic dessert: blueberry crisp with peaches and ginger. Serve with ice cream.
Gem and her BFF/cousin had their first sleepover recently. It was a big rite of passage for both little girls. Checking out that awesome tent. Puppy snuggles. The tent was set up so they could see the TV and watch a movie before falling asleep. They did eventually get some sleep.