Category Archive: Cancer Survivor Stories

Outliving Cancer for 16 Years


I just celebrated my 16th year of outliving ovarian cancer! I am so happy to be here – still experiencing the wonders of this world. My latest, and just as exciting, news in… Continue reading

What’s an OODA-ler?


for free … the Observation Journal I used, and still use today, to outlive ovarian cancer – the Observation Journal is what I use today to be a proficient OODA-ler.

Beginning Step to OODA-ling


OODA-ling isn’t just for cancer patients. The effort made to learn and use the OODA loop can help family and friends

1 Tip to Empower Your Health & Wellbeing


… when we are diagnosed with cancer or any debilitating disease or injury, what should we do? Should we continue to live life exactly as we had immediately before the diagnosis or injury?

Heck no!

How to Get Back in the Saddle Again … with a Twist


forward-looking strategies that I believe will make living life better, easier, with fewer stress inducing factors and will be simple to understand.

Now in Paperback!


REVIEW As an ovarian cancer survivor of two years I found this to be a very powerful book. I wish it could be put into the hands of every woman who is newly… Continue reading

Calm the Monkey-Mind


Do you worry? Do you wonder if your chemo is working? Do you worry about your future? I call this gymnastic, worry mind the monkey-mind. What do other cancer survivors do to calm… Continue reading

My Book is Published on Amazon!


Perhaps you just completed treatment for cancer. Now you are wondering what you need to do to help keep it from returning. Your doctor gives you a survivorship care plan. However, when you… Continue reading

Determined to Live Happy


I had been given a cancer diagnosis. I had fear. I had sleepless nights. I had surgeries. I had scars from my surgeries. I had a counter filled with medications. I had doctor… Continue reading

Are You Ready?


You have been diagnosed with cancer…or perhaps you have completed your treatment for cancer. Ask yourself this question, “Are you ready?”   A normal response to this question is, “Ready for what?”  … Continue reading