Six years ago, I stared testicular cancer in the face. Nowadays, life is much different (and I mean more than the whole being down one ball thing).
Category: Mental Health
For five years, I’ve been a Uniballer. On the anniversary of my orchiectomy, I wax poetically on the changes in my life over the past year.
I recently completed tapering off my antidepressants after having been on them for over three years. I’m pleased to report it was a smooth process.
Dan Doty, co-founder of EVRYMAN, shares his tips to help support men’s mental health during the COVID19 pandemic and beyond.
My mental health has gone through a number of ups and downs since becoming a cancer survivor. I share some strategies that have helped me reach a new peak.
After attending two different cancer conferences in the span of a week, I share my thoughts and takeaways from each of them.
I take a good, hard look at my mental health and ask myself – Am I really doing my best?
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.
After encountering cancer, mindfulness can be a powerful tool to help refocus and set yourself on a better path for healing – inside and out.
I always say I am surviving cancer. I will never say I survived cancer, because that seems too final. For me, it’s an ongoing process.