Since being diagnosed with brain cancer I've experienced many moments of gratitude. They warm my heart, make me stop and acknowledge the many positives in my life, and help shape my overall attitude. Prior to just now, I've kept them private. I'm choosing to share some publicly now for three reasons: 1) it's the first … Continue reading Moments of Gratitude 1
Of course I fear cancer returning its ugly head. But I am taking this moment, this breath, and acknowledging my gratitude that I'm not there. I chose to be active in life rather than powerless to cancer.
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?
Just a quick life lesson. Nothing to do with cancer.
Here, I am vulnerable, honest, and open. Today I share a few of my thoughts, reasonings, drives, concerns, and questions with my fellow bloggers.
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