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Welcome, Mere Mortal of Cancer. Welcome to where we’ve all been.
I started my F-it List while waiting to find out if I was in remission, or if I’d spend a month in the hospital having a bone marrow transplant.
I’m pretty much no longer concerned about my cancer coming back, now I’m worried about new ones popping up, courtesy of the very treatments that had saved my life eight years ago.
I was nervous to ask my teens what I did right and what I did wrong the summer (and fall) I had lymphoma when it came to parenting with cancer.
When Linsey Godfrey started feeling tired and cold last fall, she had a choice: take a pregnancy test or call her oncologist.
Go ahead and Think Pink. It would be nice, however, if sometimes you thought Red Instead.
A few weeks before the PET scan that would determine whether or not I was in remission from a deadly blood cancer, my brother asked me, “What happens if you’re not in remission?” “What were you thinking of getting me for my birthday?” I answered, and then explained that he was the number one candidate should […]
But sometimes we take this responsible sensibility too far, thinking that we’re being good people when really, we’re just stamping a giant DENIED on our psyches over and over and over again.
The group helps single fathers due to cancer cope with the loss of their wives or partners, meet the demands of parenthood, and manage their children’s grief.