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Hi, @remya that is wonderful! What more to ask for? Keep at it! Wishing you the very best!
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@scbarlow YES, Live it day by day… what more can we do? Wishing you the very best!
Welcome, @scbarlow to the forum. Please let us know if you have any questions. Wishing you the very best!
Hi @rose yes that is really wild. I’m happy you both have each other at this lowest ebb. What would we do without our love mates? Wishing you the very best!
What a great story and suggestions. I enjoy your writing style!
I think everyone has the blues every so often, especially those diagnosed with cancer. Walking and music are my go to “blues breakers.”
Potato chip and mayo sandwich…hmmm sounds good, I might have to try it.
That is amazing news! So happy for you! By the way, you’re not all that old. I had all three of my sons after 35 without issue. Best wishes to you!
I like your story and the way you reflected back on the past decade. Emphasizing both the good and bad. I’m sorry you’ve had this struggle with cancer the entire decade.
For me, this decade will forever be the decade of cancer (hmm…maybe a new story to share) since I was diagnosed with two, no three different cancers this decade. Take care!
Trying to live the best life I can, day to day
@alison-petok what an inspiring story. My daughter also took up running after treatments for Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. She is now a run coach and had started training people through her run club. I wish she had known about this group because I think it would have helped her to get stronger faster. Thank you for sharing this.
@dbwes62 I am studying to be a health coach and the Meditarian Diet is high on the list of recommended food choices as well as a vegan diet. The point is that adding lots of healthy vegetables is good for everything. Congratulations to you for sticking to this and staying strong. After I found out about the metastasis of my cancer I went on a…
Loved reading your thoughts and share things you have experienced.
Wishing you continued good health,
Enjoy your travels🙏🏻
And you know what’s really wild? When both you and your partner have cancer (diagnosed about a year apart). We try hard to be there for each other even when we’re both at low ebb. Sometimes we just look at each other and ask “now how weird is this? Look at us with our his and hers matching oncologists!” Then we just have to laugh because life is…
Your article comes at a good time, @jim-smith. January seems to be when it gets a little harder to stay upbeat and out of a funk. I couldn’t agree with these more — each one of them. I just recently discovered the power of putting a station of oldies or 80’s music (those are oldies to some!). It’s almost night and day what it can do for the mood.…