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@hammosa Hey hammosa, it’s been a while, just checking in seeing what’s up. Hope all is going ok. Well, ok-ish. Ha ha. 🙂
Thanks for the quiz! I unfortunately only got a few right.
Before I was a part of Blood-Cancer.com I had heard of many blood cancers. I mean I knew the details on my own blood cancer, polycythemia vera and the other types that fell into the myeloproliferative neoplasms class. I had heard of myeloma and leukemia but had no idea there were so…
Thanks for sharing. I thought it was interesting the random things your wrote down.
I think it’s a great idea to write, or in my case, type (I can barely read my grocery list, so typing is a necessity for me), things that have happened during ones cancer journey.
I have kept a journal for almost three years from when I was first diagnosed with…
I have kept a journal since I was diagnosed with cancer. Within it I write what procedures, labs and complications I’ve experienced. It’s a great way to keep track of what happened and when.
I enjoyed your article! I, just like you, generally keep my personal and work life separate on social media. It’s great you found out that you have such good support from your co-workers.
I do have a few people from my office as FB friends but it is the exception. Therefore my cancer writing life hasn’t really been visible…well until my last…
Digging deep is a definite, but using the strategies you used must have helped. Some days life is tough so enjoy the easy ones. Good luck to you.
Thank you Yolanda,
You are always an inspiration!
@Crystalamber, we are just checking in. How are you doing? Thinking of you, Shayla
@kitkat52, how is your husband doing? We just wanted to check in. Thinking of you, Shayla
A learning recap… I like!
Ditto Kenny 🙂
Welcome, @sarahcoff to the network. Please let us know if you have any questions maneuvering the site. Best!
Welcome, @beaconutc to the network. Please let us know if you have any questions maneuvering the site. Best!
Sharing our experiences so publicly on social media is not for everyone. If you’re secretive or guarded in some details it can be a bit interesting holding some of your information under wraps. However, it is amazing when people react to something you may have felt you were the only one experiencing an issue or another. Continue what you do you…
The watch and wait can be trying but this engine of life goes on… even when treatment has to begin. I suggest you continue being active and take one day at a time, there may be some depression built-in there but try and shake it off. When and if treatment are the next steps the same process is the same taking one day at a time. You got…