Monthly Archives: March 2018

For the Week of March 26, 2018: About Friends and Friendship

Dear Readers, This week’s prompt is a “reprint” of the article written last week for my bi-monthly column featured in the current issue of Cancer Knowledge Network, an online resource published by MultiMed Inc.  I’ve included it as this week’s … Continue reading

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For the Week of March 19, 2018: Learning to Survive…Again

“And I grew strong and I learned how to get along… I will survive” (from “I Will Survive,” sung by Gloria Gaynor, lyrics by written by Freddie Perren and Dino Fekaris) I’ve been learning, once again, to dance.  It hasn’t … Continue reading

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For the Week of March 12, 2018: Writing the Experience of the Body

When we see our suffering as story, we are saved.–Anais Nin As happens with every “Writing Through Cancer” program I lead at various cancer centers and support organizations, the weeks fly by and before I know it, I’m preparing for … Continue reading

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For the Week of March 5, 2018: Sleepless Nights

But it’s really fear you want to talk about and cannot find the words so you jeer at yourself  you call yourself a coward you wake at 2 a.m. thinking failure, fool, unable to sleep, unable to sleep… (From: “Insomnia,” … Continue reading

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