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A Masculine Approach to Change and Loss

By Tim Hurley, Mercy Hospice Family Support Team Leader 

We all know that men and women are different.  Some differences are obvious, others are not.  While it’s important not to stereotype either gender, it’s also important to understand that both men and women have their unique tendencies as to how they look, act, talk, think and feel.  427 more words

Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Metastatic Breast Cancer, the True Killer

Breast cancer awareness month started today.  I know that, because suddenly everything is pink.  People are purchasing pink items, wearing pink items and selling pink items.  787 more words

Bulldozer Health

In Observance of Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. This deadly disease not only affects women, but some men are susceptible to it as well, although it is rare. 130 more words


On The Heels Of Pinktober....#iamsusan

On the heels of Pinktober I ask all of my friends living with Metastatic Breast Cancer to support my friend, Kelli Parker (find her on Facebook), in her efforts to raise awareness to the fact that of the billions of dollars raised in the name of ” the cure” less than 7% of non-administrative funds went to metastatic research last year.   84 more words

The Fanny Pack

Do you remember the hip belts that were popular in the 80’s?  Also known as waist wallets, belly bags and, my favourite, the fanny pack. They made a comeback in the 90’s and again in the last decade.  1,615 more words

Happening Now

Sharon Armstrong - {Not.Done.Yet}

WELCOME BACK, to another Met’s Monday story.   Today, Sharon Armstrong shares with us.  Sharon is a  56 year old married woman with one 32 year old son and 2 dogs. 1,810 more words

Mets Monday

Bird Flying High

I so enjoyed writing my list of little known facts about me I have decided to continue it.

17. I can ice skate! Really! In the winter my Dad would take us to the public library every Saturday morning and then ice skating at a big pond in Lexington. 997 more words