Blogs Posts by Individuals Living with and or Through Cancer

Does a Cancer Diagnosis Turn You Into a Better Person?

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/nancy-stordahl/does-a-cancer-diagnosis-t_b_5516786.html?utm_hp_ref=tw

Nancy Stordahl explores the pressures and expectations that exist in society that a cancer diagnosis will make you a better person. “Sometimes it seems there is an unspoken societal expectation out there that a person is supposed to become a better person after a serious illness like cancer. It’s sometimes expected that a person should somehow be transformed into a new and improved version of one’s former self.”

Cancer Was Not, Is Not & Never Will Be A Gift…

http://nancyspoint.com/cancer-was-not-is-not-never-will-be-a-gift/

Nancy Stordahl poetically explains why cancer is not and never will be a gift.

Sorting Out the Confusion Between Palliative Care & Hospice Care

http://nancyspoint.com/sorting-out-the-confusion-between-palliative-care-hospice-care/

Nancy Stordahl explains the difference between palliative care and hospice care.

The Truth

http://angrycells.blogspot.ca/2014/02/the-truth.html?m=1

Kayla Goulart explains how it feels to live a life day by day. She writes “I see support groups for people dealing with the loss of a loved one and I think, what happens when you lose yourself?”

What Have We Learned About Metastatic Breast Cancer, Charlie Brown?

http://ihatebreastcancer.wordpress.com/2014/03/23/what-have-we-learned-about-metastatic-breast-cancer-charlie-brown/http://www.breastfest.ca/shorts-contest/

Katherine O’Brien gives a great summary on the ins and outs of what she has learned about metastatic breast cancer after five years of living with it.

Face to Face

http://www.cancerfightclub.com/community/our-blog/post/2367

Julie Levesque talks about discussing death with her daughter at Ikea

Being a father of two and husband to a wife with metastatic breast cancer

http://blog.rethinkbreastcancer.com/2014/06/being-a-father-of-two-and-husband-to-a-wife-with-metastatic-breast-cancer

Ian Ricci discusses his experience as a supporter and caregiver to a woman with metastatic breast cancer (me).

Cancer, a Love Story

http://www.salon.com/2014/10/15/cancer_a_love_story/

All I can say is this is beautiful.  It is a vulnerable, real, honest look into loving someone with incurable/advanced cancer.

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