Advice from Katie Sitton: Combatting Breast Cancer In Your 20s
I just remind myself that this is just a bump in the road and I’ll get through this. Just stay positive, laugh, smile, and remember “you got
Advice from Stephanie Lafferty: Losing Both Parents to Cancer as a Teenager
Both of my parents were ill and died from cancer. I was 15 years old when my dad passed away, and 19 when my mom passed away.
Why I'm Celebrating National Cancer Survivors Day 2018
The other day I called my mom to vent (as per usual) and noticed she was being quiet. I asked her what she was doing. She said she was...
Why Not to Sweat the Small Stuff: Full Letter from 27yo Holly Butcher On Her Deathbed
Yesterday on Facebook, I saw a friend of mine share an article that said: "Letter Written by Australian woman, 27, on Her Deathbed Goes...
5 Times When You Might Feel Guilty About Cancer -- And That's OK
At this point, some days go by where I completely forget that my mom has cancer. I know what you’re thinking. How could I possibly forget th
5 Reasons to Stay Positive When Your Mom Has Cancer
Over the holidays, I was on vacation in Chicago when I woke up to a Facebook message from a lovely girl I had met at a networking event I...
Advice from Jaime Sarchet, Daughter of a Colon Cancer Survivor
Jaime Sarchet opens up about her mother's colon cancer diagnosis, and her experience undergoing surgery in the hospital. Tell us about...
Advice From an Only Child, Daughter of a Cancer Patient
My father is sick with cancer. And I’m an only child. I don’t know why I feel compelled to say that, but I guess it’s because I think it’s h
5 Cancer Resources That Don't Suck
There are zillions of sites out there. Here are 5 sites that I have been using as of late, that are very informative / have actually been...