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Parental Warning: If You Own Your Property this Way, You May Accidentally Disinherit Your Own Children

Owning property as Joint Tenants with Right of Survivorship is easy, common, and often disastrous.  Sadly, children – both minor and adult – are often disinherited. 657 more words

Estate Planning

Lifestyle: diet and exercise after cancer

Support Volunteer Mary shares the ways cancer changed her diet and exercise habits.
Read more about her cancer journey HERE and HERE.

Before cancer, I had a fairly healthy lifestyle. 516 more words

Doses Of Hope

Laughing Out Loud

I have a mug that says “I’m stumped!” and a t-shirt that says “The bear was faster,” accented with claw marks. Another t-shirt highlights the disabled parking symbol with the tagline: “I’m just in it for the parking.” As an above-knee amputee, I find these hilarious. 652 more words


Post-treatment's new normal

Guest Post by: Cara Tompot
Social Media Addict, LGBTQ+ Advocate, Feminist, Cancer Activist

While the first few months after a cancer diagnosis typically is the most challenging, there is a different struggle that comes further down the line in cancer survivorship. 1,005 more words


Travel Tips

“Sweetie!” I bellow from the depths of a white plastic laundry hamper where I’m frantically pulling dollar bills from pockets. “I need your ones and fives!” Well used to my pre-conference ritual, my husband dutifully goes through his wallet and yesterday’s pants for $1 and $5 bills and adds them to the growing stack of crumpled bills that I will use as tip money. 631 more words


Cancer Experience #2 - Almost Finished

Seth and I in Montreal, just weeks before my diagnosis

I was going to share an update with you about where I am now in the treatment process. 815 more words

Deja Vu

The other day, I read an article about a new app produced by the Duke University Cancer Center. The app is for cancer survivors who are having a hard time coping post-treatment. 547 more words