Perhaps the hardest thing about a cancer diagnosis is living with the uncertainty that accompanies it when your treatment is done.
My thoughts on facing Lynch Syndrome after surgery and chemotherapy.
Reading Told By Teri inspired me to write about how I accepted my infertility and my MRKH diagnosis.
Our post discusses how your PhD can open doors unknown to you and frankly, most of Academia. Viraj told how he transitioned from Academia to Government work on new devices and finally to becoming an Entrepreneur with three start-up companies.
via An Open Letter To Acknowledge Our Advocates – Take The Time For You!
When you say something, but it goes nowhere or you are told that it will be too much effort to investigate, that it is he said vs. she said, or […]
Musings on body image, weight and self-worth.
I don’t think you ever recover fully from Lynch Syndrome. If you’re lucky, surgery and chemo and/or radiation do their job; they eradicate the tumor and eliminate traces of circulating […]
Originally posted on Global MRKH:
This made my absolute day, “Cecilia Paul has agreed to an exclusive interview Ally, from the first international MRKH support group to author. Good luck!”…
“To our offspring, we have no life besides folding laundry and cooking dinner, and despite our assurances to the contrary, we never did. And we certainly have no idea what […]
Originally posted on The Empowerment of the Silent Sisterhood:
You know those rare situations when you meet a beautiful couple whose love for one another fills the room, they are…