Tag Archive: spotmany

Outliving Cancer – A State of Action – Why many support programs don’t work


Why many support programs don’t work.   Cancer support groups have been around for decades. They usually get off to a great start and little-by-little they diminish in attendance and eventually dissolve. It… 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

Resources for Cancer Sojourners


  Resources for Cancer Sojourners Apr 1st, 2014 by TBriggs I love sharing resources for women on this blog! Today, I introduce you to Janet Kempe who is a long-term cancer survivor. (I met her when… 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

We’re alive period!


“What is different about me? Why did treatment work for me, but not for so many others?” This is the question I ask myself each and everyday. Patients going through treatment typically only… Continue reading

Spotmany: Leading Folks to a New Frontier of Long Term Cancer Survivorship


How many of you are eager to spread the word about your cancer survival? How many of you feel you have a greater purpose in life due to your cancer diagnosis? How many… Continue reading

Step in Faith – Take a Risk


Today I read the story about the two grains of wheat. One chose to stay in the barn where it felt safe and comfortable. The other grain of wheat listened to the opportunity… Continue reading