Tag Archive: long-term cancer survivors

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

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

Recovery Resources


      “It’s supposed to be a professional secret, but I’ll tell you anyway. We doctors do nothing.  We only help and encourage the doctor within.  We are at best when we… Continue reading

Be an Exceptional Cancer Survivor


  “Always bear in mind that your own resolution to succeed is more important than any other.” – Abraham Lincoln   Do you want to outlive cancer?   In the pilot program of a… Continue reading

Do you struggle with control?


I witnessed an interesting struggle with control between women…Can we say scary? They are long-term ovarian cancer survivors. They gathered, as they do each month, to celebrate life – to support each other… Continue reading

Is your world as small as mine?


Is your world as small as mine? Maybe it is because the older I become the smaller my world gets or perhaps it is because I have survived cancer that I become more… Continue reading

Behind EVERTHING is a Thought


The world we live in today has been conceived entirely by thought. The origin of each thought is the big variable. Just who is behind each thought and how the thought developed is… Continue reading

WHAT HAPPENED BEFORE THE MIRACLE?


Connie survived her surgery and chemotherapy. She had invasive surgery and had the same first line of chemotherapy drugs that almost all patients have for an ovarian cancer diagnosis. Connie survived the treatment… Continue reading

Facing the Fear of Cancer


Every time I look at these pictures, my hands and feet erupt with profuse perspiration – its like facing the fear of cancer. It is an instant reaction. It is so profound I… Continue reading