Here, I am vulnerable, honest, and open. Today I share a few of my thoughts, reasonings, drives, concerns, and questions with my fellow bloggers.
The bittersweet gift of life after brain cancer and guidance from a teen who died from it.
Sometimes people are so hurt that they shut others out or act in a defensive manner. If they happen to feel better in the future, it took a lot of work and vulnerability to get there. If you notice this in someone, and you, yourself are in a good enough place, please be kind.
This is an honest assessment of my capabilities following brain cancer and surgery and an example of how I continue to strive to be my best.
What would you like to know about life with brain cancer? How can my experience make the world a better place?
As soon as I was home from the hospital I wanted to get back to normal. Obviously I couldn't do everything, my thoughts were fuzzy and things were overwhelming, but I wanted to take charge of something. I hated the powerless feeling of being in the hospital. All of the needles, tubes, machines, medication, trays … Continue reading A Glimpse of Life after Brain Cancer and Surgery- Gratitude for the Present, From a Reflection on the Past.