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Welcome to my new body part...

Back in 2011, I said goodbye to my breasts. They were replaced with silicon version of the same thing. But the swap still felt like a loss. 165 more words

Breast Cancer

Afraid to be sick / afraid to not be sick

I don’t like being sick. Not a fan of hospitals. While grateful for the love of support of people around me, I don’t like the kind of attention that comes with illness. 156 more words

Breast Cancer

Stage IV cancer sufferer Debbie Osarere raises over $31k in just 4 days for treatment

Just a few days ago we told you that Osarere Debbie ‘s cancer has spread and she urgently needed treatment to fight for her survival. 78 more words

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Driving myself into gratitude

One of the most important things during all of this (and probably life in general) is finding gratitude. It’s been the only way I can reframe and shift the focus from feeling lousy and helpless. 148 more words

Breast Cancer

I don't want to write about Cancer

I don’t want to write about Cancer. I’m afraid to over identify with it.

This is why it’s been 6 months since my last entry. Within the last 6 months, a lot has happened health wise. 246 more words

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MILEPOSTS OF MY LIFE: A CHURCH AND A HOUSE

Somewhat of a new normal had set in. Dan was slowly acclimating to the daily oral chemo and its side effects. With the bleak prognosis, Dan had two things heavy on his mind: The church he was pastoring and the house he, Heather and the girls were living in. 696 more words

MILEPOSTS OF MY LIFE

To kid or not to kid...

Do I want kids? That’s always been the question…

For a while I really wanted them. Being pregnant looked like a vacation (funny thinking of that now because I’m sure it’s not) and the idea of passing down family traditions appealed to me. 284 more words

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