I take a good, hard look at my mental health and ask myself – Am I really doing my best?
Category: Post-Cancer Life
Your cancer story has the potential to help someone else through their own experiences. It may even help you in your own healing.
Taking care of your physical health after cancer is just as important as your mental health and your well-being during cancer.
I find three big themes in Spotsylvania County and American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life 2019: Stories, Hope, and Journey.
As we begin a new year, I take a moment to reflect on what 2018 brought me in my testicular cancer awareness efforts, as well as my own journey.
I’ve now been in remission from testicular cancer for two years and I’ve learned a lot from the years of scans and how to handle them best.
Writing about testicular cancer has been a big part of my journey. It’s a way to process and to heal, while giving back to others.
After beating testicular cancer, I’m left with one testicle. However, I’m taking a stand – this is a better lifestyle. Read on to find out why.
Health education for high school students must include the potentially live changing information about testicular cancer and early detection.
Self-care is something that’s worth investing in after facing testicular cancer. Here are my top three tips for finding your method.