A friend of mine complained about how overwhelmed she was at work and how she felt stressed and tired. She is self–employed like me, and sometimes I think you work even harder and longer hours when you work for... Read More
My Father died November 2, 2009, after succumbing to a long battle with prostate cancer. Sadly, I was not at his side when he passed away peacefully in his sleep before dawn in Chattanooga, Tennessee, where I g... Read More
Western New Year Resolutions and Chinese New Year Celebrations go together like peanut and butter. They herald in changes filled with hope for the world and all its inhabitants; young and old, furred, scaled an... Read More
Editor's Note: The Women Survivors Alliance is thrilled to announce that Shannon Miller will be back for the 2014 convention in a really exciting way, so be sure to stay tuned!
What an incredible experience ... Read More
When I was six years old, there was a period of several months when I was terrified of my bedroom closet. The minute the lights went out at bedtime, I was certain that something was rustling in there, waiting t... Read More
I recently went on vacation with my two sons. Matthew was in California at a conference and Ethan and I flew out to pick him up and do some sightseeing. We did all of the touristy San Francisco attractions, in... Read More
Since my diagnosis a year and a half ago, I've received countless recommendations for purported cures and treatments for cancer. Most have been respectful and well-intentioned recommendations from friends and f... Read More