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How close are we to curing Cancer?

I want to have the discussion of how close are we to curing cancer and I want to bring this up because I think it’s important to really have this realization. It is a touchy subject with most of us survivors, especially because we went through it. We have beaten the odds and we have […]

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Are Biopsies Painful?

I’ve been getting involved in the support groups and chats through Reddit and Facebook lately. I think some of you probably know how I feel about my Facebook usage. It’s been important for me as a survivor to start being involved. There’s a lot of people that are really confused and scared about the process […]

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Why it’s important to know your “WHY”

It’s safe to say that I was a pretty lost soul after getting out of the hematology floor at Presbyterian St. Luke’s in Denver. Of course, I was excited about the fact that I was alive and able to share my story. The reality was a very scary proposition. I essentially came out of the […]

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2 A Sedated Life: Life before Lymphoma

A Sedated Life definition: A life with no Meaning or Purpose. I wanted a good way to explain how a life that has no meaning or purpose is supposed to sound.  A life that just exists in time. And “A Sedated Life” was really the best combination of words that could explain where I  am […]

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Do you know your Self Concept?

What is Self-Concept? Well were going to dive into a little psychology and start getting to some of the roots of who you are and what you want your purpose in life to be. All while trying to find that ultimate peace that we’re all looking for. And this my friend, can mean a lot […]

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