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How did my uncle die, mom?

“How did my uncle die, Mom?”

Surprised at the question, her mother replied; “Your uncle was very ill.”

But, when the young child persisted saying; “Tell me about his illness,”  her mother said: “When you are older, I will tell you more about it. 201 more words


"I Looked Up Your Condition..."

Whenever a friend or family member does this with a genuine heart because they’re concerned about my pain, it truly is a nice thing.


The Damn Thing Is Trying to Kill Me

“No change.”

“No change.”

“We don’t see any change in the tumor.”

The words no change are the most annoying and unnecessary jumble of letters in my life right now. 573 more words

Life And Other Insanity

Toeing the Line

I had a first today. Or rather, I had a first when it comes to life with a brain tumor.

There has been A LOT… 524 more words

Life And Other Insanity


College students around the world deal with a variety of challenges throughout their academic careers. These challenges include stress and anxiety stemming from upcoming exams, projects and papers as well as coming in contact with common physical illnesses such as a cold, sinus infections and the flu. 327 more words


Another Tomorrow

I still haven’t managed to post regularly. It’s been a while since my last.

Before the Fibromyalgia I could be a procrastinator, but now it’s reached a whole new level. 305 more words


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I have lived through a great deal of sadness, shock and grief and I managed to survive each time. My children did too. We all learned to move on and overcome adversity. 116 more words