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Playing Genetic Russian roulette - my thoughts on Angelina Jolie's recent surgery

I read with interest this week Angelina Joile-Pitts, Diary of a surgery in the New York post: http://www.nytimes.com/2015/03/24/opinion/angelina-jolie-pitt-diary-of-a-surgery.htmlI have to admit I really admired her decision to have both a double masectomy and now having her ovaries removed. 422 more words

Family

Severely disabled man with over 25 serious conditions shares inspiring message: 'I'm still loving life because it could always be worse'

Never underestimate the power of positive thinking.

In a YouTube video he posted on Wednesday, 20-year-old Peter Foster promotes a message of optimism, despite a large number of disabilities he lives with. 305 more words

Kindness

What a Long, Strange Journey It's Been

So it has been over 2 years since my last post. Appropriately, my last post was about exhaustion.  That describes the last two years pretty accurately. 436 more words

Children

VIDEO: Tower Clock Eye Care - March 20

Tower Clock Eye Center is an independent Ophthalmology practice providing medical and surgical eye care for patients in Northeast Wisconsin for more than 30 years. 45 more words

Ask The Expert

Am I a Helicopter Parent? 

I mentioned my almost two-year-old son in a previous entry. Do you remember the bathroom crayon :) This little boy has changed my life in so many ways. 641 more words

Blindness

Shifting my focus

When I had M, my first little mons-ner (above), he was such an adorable peanut.  The softest skin, the bluest blue eyes, long skinny spindly legs.   1,090 more words

Self-Help

Living With Glaucoma

World Glaumoa Week March 8-15, 2015

Originally posted on VisionAware.org

Editor’s note: In honor of World Glaucoma Week, Steph McCoy has written this post about her experience with glaucoma. 812 more words

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