Chemo Day 25: Westchester Region of Hadassah “Hand of Healing Luncheon”

Attending the Westchester Region of Hadassah “Hand of Healing” Luncheon was touching, with a wonderful surprise.






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Reflections on Survivor Stories: Geri Moran, Arnold Roufa & Ted Brown

When you make it to the “other side,” you feel the need to grab as many others’ hands as you can who are also fighting the disease and take them with you.






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It’s my story. Not yours. Mine. All mine.

There are things that I won’t reveal publicly – ever. I won’t admit to my actual jean size. I won’t admit to my exact weight. It will be a cold day in hell when I publicly admit to my real age in newsprint. This breast cancer story is strictly my own. No animals were harmed in the making of this film.






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React Here: How are you finding support?

I feel like I’m miss the experience of a Betty Handelman putting her hand on mine over a cup of tea and sharing a quote from one of her scrapbooks. Sure, Betty could easily post it onto my Facebook wall, but is that enough when you’re fighting breast cancer?






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