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Beth's Posts, Cancer Blog

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Well since I last filed you in, I’ve notified my parents and brother and sister. They were quietly surprised. It was nice on my end to not have to deal with lots of emotion. I’m trying to stay positive and move on to the future I want that’s cancer free and lots of emotion from those who love you, does…

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Beth's Posts, Cancer Blog

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Well I just got back from my morning gratitude walk and surprise, surprise, I felt great about everything. I know I will beat this. It’s a feeling I have deep inside, not sure I can really explain, other than it’s my true inner self that comes to me in challenging times. After 50+ years, I can say I’ve had a…

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Beth's Posts, Cancer Blog

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I just found out I have “something”. Something that’s precancerous in my non-functional uterus. I had the ovaries removed a couple years ago because I have a history of ovarian cancer in my family, but was totally knocked off guard with this diagnosis! Got a call while on vacation with family and friends that I should schedule an appointment with…

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Movie Review – Arrival

Spoiler Alert – I assume you’ve seen the movie. The movie Arrival starring Amy Adams and Jeremy Renner is a wonderful story about interpersonal relationships and time. While not obvious until late, time is the star of the movie. We see that linguist Dr. Louise Banks is able to remember across time. We are familiar with remembering the past, here…

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Experiences, Observations, Peter's Posts

Why Fear?

Most of us approach life based on fear. We lock the doors for fear of a robbery or invasion.  We buy insurance for fear of illness or accident.  We work hard to save money for a rainy day so we don’t end up poor and on the streets. We have so much fear that we don’t even notice it.  You’d…

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