The self that lived for fulfillment may have collapsed like a pretense at the first word of cancer. This is not a loss, however, but a refinement. You are no longer defined by the interests you pursued or the desires you expressed: you are no more or less than the person whom your wife (or … Continue reading Quitting the Cancer Battle
How John Green Wrote a Cancer Book but Not a ‘Bullshit Cancer Book’ – The Atlantic.
I had a friend who I’d known since college, which is a lot longer ago than I would like to think sometimes. We were each other’s maid of honor in our weddings. We drifted apart after our children were born — different times, so we never got the chance to bond further over playdates. When … Continue reading Friend: Five Minute Friday #fmfriday
prooffreader.com: Interactive graphic: Cancer diagnosis and mortality rates.