I take a good, hard look at my mental health and ask myself – Am I really doing my best?
Category: Mental Health
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.
Various adjustments to my antidepressants, which I started after cancer, finally paid off. I reflected how mental health is treated on a societal level.
One year post chemo mark, I take time to reflect on how my healing progressed. It continues to be quite the journey, inside and out.
After facing testicular cancer, I realized I was facing depression. I needed help but I couldn’t do it on my own so I asked my doctor for help.
I began writing about my cancer experience one year ago. I’ve learned many different lessons since getting the ball rolling.
The Anniversary Effect hits me hard on the night before one year anniversary of my testicular cancer surgery. Anxiety set in as I watched Stranger Things.
After being down one testicle (due to testicular cancer) for one year, I pause and reflect on how my life has changed since that day.