"Breast Cancer" Blogs & Blog Posts

My choice, my BRCA2 journeyMy choice, my BRCA2 journey

What would you do if you had an 87% chance of developing breast cancer and ...

 
The Uniboob ClubThe Uniboob Club

With my blog I offer my own story, my humor and my battle as a source of ho...

 
No wriggling out of writing womanNo wriggling out of writing woman

I am a 40 something wife and mother of two teenagers 4 years ago I was dia...

 


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Unsecured Internet of Things gadgets get hacked within 40 minutes of being connected to the net Boing Boing by Cory Doctorow The Atlantic’s Andrew McGill set up a virtual server on Amazon’s cloud that presented to the internet as a crapp...

“You were my favorite hello and my hardest goodbye. ~anonymousGrief is a strange thing. It affects all of us very differently. Truthfully, we all process our losses in our own times and our own way. Some of us cry until we can’t breathe while oth...

“Sometimes you don’t realize the weight of something you’ve been carrying until you feel the weight of its release.” ~The Power of PositivityFor years I told myself I was going to lose weight. I had very good intentions, believe me, but inten...

“Strength grows in the moments when you think you can’t go on but you keep going anyway.” ~AnonymousIn this last post for October, I just want to say how humbled I am to share my thoughts, my stories and my life with you. This blog started out...

“Behind every scar there is an untold story of survival.” ~anonymousMy scars, each one of them though they may be old, purple, fading and spread out are still very present across my chest. I have scars most people could not imagine living with, m...

“The woman I was yesterday introduced me to the woman I am today; which makes me very excited about meeting the woman I will become tomorrow.” The woman I was once is gone.  Like a butterfly I've broken free from my cocoon. I'm braver than I...

“In this house we don’t give up.” It’s our motto, our hakuna matata you could say. Being a young mother diagnosed with TNBC in 2006 was shocking to say the least. It was absolutely frightening for my children. They were babies really. Joshua...