Living condensed and without limitation

Living condensed and without limitation

I no longer talk about someday; I just “do” or I “don’t.” I hold family dance parties in my living room when I feel like it. I encourage my children to eat snow. We take trips we can’t really afford to places I’ve never been.

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Coping with grief

Canada is a big country, and providing proper help can be challenging at times so Karine wrote a short post about grief and how we can take care of ourselves in those difficult moments.

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Time sharing with cancer

“No amount of fight in my wife will control the tumours coming back, nor will it control the damage the treatment does to the rest of her body. I also cannot express this emotion to someone who is just trying to lift my spirits.”

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Breathe

Michelle Curtis writes about the day she was diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer at 34.

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Gerrad’s blog: Dealing with chronic cancer

“…despite the frustration, I am going to do my best not to let it get in the way of living and enjoying the rest of my life, and as long as I keep reminding myself of that, it makes it just a little more easier to live with.”

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Any cancer, any stage, YACC’s got your back

This month, we’re going to talk about what it means to face a chronic or metastatic diagnosis in the prime of life through guest blogs, highlights of services, and info from health professionals.

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