Holidays with COVID 19 separation are difficult, but we can still blossom through it all.
Psychologists out there, please try not to, "duh.." me, but did you know that many of my problems in life and EVERY SINGLE ONE of my problems in relationships traces back to my childhood family roles?
What would you like to know about life with brain cancer? How can my experience make the world a better place?
I haven't published anything for a while but I have been writing. I found that writing is like therapy for me, especially since I now have some minor memory challenges and words that don't come to mind immediately, but manage to get there over time. At first it was enough to just write. I started … Continue reading Blogging Boundaries
When I was diagnosed with brain cancer, my plan was immediate- to put myself on the most likely, most successful path to recover from surgery and cancer, stay positive, and enjoy life with the ones I love. As much as people talk about medicine and hospitals, I wasn’t worried about that. I felt confident that … Continue reading Guilty. Brain Cancer Attacked Me, But Surviving it Attacked My Family