10 Years Later …
by Dennis “Doc” Knowles
It’s been 10 years. Ten, sometimes very long, years since I was diagnosed with multiple myeloma. I’ve outlived my oncologist’s most optimistic prediction. The cancer that was once the sole focus of my life is no longer the center of my universe. The disease is no longer detectable in my body. For this, I thank God often.
Healing with Words
by Diana M. Raab
During my breast cancer journey, my lifeline was three-fold: immediate healthcare, a supportive family, and the creative arts as a source of strength. For a long time, the arts have been associated with relieving tension and fears. Creative expression is a healthier alternative to keeping your emotions bottled up inside. Author Virginia Woolf confessed that she wrote in her diary “to bring order to the chaos in her life.”
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