As we encounter the four year mark on starting this blog, I look back at my favorite posts over the past twelve months and what I’ve learned.
I take a good, hard look at my mental health and ask myself – Am I really doing my best?
Your cancer story has the potential to help someone else through their own experiences. It may even help you in your own healing.
I find three big themes in Spotsylvania County and American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life 2019: Stories, Hope, and Journey.
Dan Duffy and and I are two testicular cancer survivors, with many commonalities in our stories and mission.
Back in the 1970s, testicular cancer used to be a death sentence. Thanks to the work of Dr. Lawrence Einhorn, now it’s one of the most curable cancers.
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.
The holidays pose different challenges to cancer patients, but they still deserve to have a jolly time. Here are some ways to help them find the cheer.
Every wish there was a guide about how to talk to a cancer patient? It’s not an easy thing to do, but two cancer survivors wrote this guide to help.
I got a lot of support from medical staff, family, friends, and more during my cancer experience. Now, it’s my turn to say thank you.