If you're able to do one small thing for me, it would impact me greatly. This list includes helpful ideas for my physical limitations and, honestly, strategies to help my depressed mood. I welcome any other ideas you might have to help me or Adam. Thank you.
To be blunt...shit is getting real. I've had some serious health setbacks. I've been in the hospital for about 3 weeks. I'm home now and so grateful for the peace and quiet. In the middle of all of this, Adam had surgery on his knee to repair a torn minscus.
Twas' the night of my first chemo to treat lung cancer (non-small cell) and I was all hopped up on steroids. Impulsively, I booked a bucket list trip abroad for a Tori Amos concert.
I'm scared, but I'm also ready to fight this cancer.
Warning: This article is about death and dying. If you or your loved one are dealing with death and dying, this article might be triggoring or I hope that it may bring you a sense comfort. While I can't predict how this article will affect you, I can tell you that it has difficult topics … Continue reading When You and Your Mom are Dying at the Same Time…
My survival guide of how I overcame bone cancer, then later a heart transplant, breast cancer and the death of my Mum from ovarian cancer all within the same time period. I relied on some strategies to endure this time in my life. May my experience possibly lift your burden in some small way.
I was called rude for checking my blood sugar and giving myself pen injections at the dinner table.
As a heart transplant recipient and cancer survivor, I have experienced intense physical pain and prolonged mental anguish. I have a few tricks I use to endure pain and I will share them with you. I hope it brings you some measure of relief.
I share with you my thoughts about organ donation and my experience as a heart transplant Recipient, because I believe communication can be beneficial, but I also know that this is a very sensitive topic and taboo.
On average, the data suggest you could wait between 2 months (64 days) to 2 years (726 days) for a heart transplant.
If you're reading this blog then you're either on the wait list (or your loved one is) or you're my friends and family. If you're on the waitlist...