Category Archives: Living with Cancer

How the Declaration of Independence applies to living with cancer

“Now I am face to face with dying. It is up to me now to choose how to live out the months that remain to me.” These words came from Oliver Sacks, the renowned professor, neurologist, author, amateur chemist and … Continue reading

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4 ways to stress less

Have you ever found yourself feeling so stressed that you have to put things on hold? April is Stress Awareness Month, and the Cancer Support Community recognizes that a cancer diagnosis can influence stress levels. That is why we are … Continue reading

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Be the boss over cancer

Today’s guest blog post is from Kelsey Fenton, Associate Manager of Programs at Cancer and Careers. Click here to learn more about their upcoming event, the National Conference on Work & Cancer. Hello! I’m Kelsey Fenton, Associate Manager of Programs at … Continue reading

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When the weather outside is frightful

Snow, wind, ice, freezing temperatures—all things that will send this Southerner into a blind, snow-hating panic. During the winter months, this is a regular occurrence for me, as I scramble to learn exactly how you’re supposed to cope with a … Continue reading

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Rethinking the New Year’s Resolution

2015 is here. How’s it going with those resolutions? Well, no judgment here—I myself have not yet hit the treadmill this week, my diet hasn’t made much of a noticeable change, and my monthly coffee shop budget is almost in … Continue reading

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