Care Warning: In this blog I discuss my anxiety, panic related incidents, and death. Yesterday was the first time I pulled into the Cancer Center since June 30th. I went for a quick injection at the lab for a medicine that’s used to manage my endometriosis during my treatment (called Lupron). It was almost likeContinue reading “You Can Have Faith and a Panic Attack”
Authenticity is a popular topic. It seems that everyone has an opinion on it and practically everyone is searching for it. here’s a point however when messages about authenticity can become toxic, too.
May 3rd was my last dose of Adriamycin (the “red devil”) chemotherapy and marked the alleged halfway point of my chemo treatments. At that point, my surgeon ordered more imagining to check in on how the chemotherapy was impacting my two cancer spots – the tumor and the calcifications. So, on May 10th, I wentContinue reading “Mammograms, Protocols, and Radiation: Oh My!”
There’s no manual for how to have cancer and run a business – much less any significant health or life issue. I’ve had my fair share of them. Prior to my cancer diagnosis, I was running at lightening speed in 18 different directions. I was leading a business I had recently acquired, running a sideContinue reading “What My Cancer Diagnosis Taught Me About Leadership”
Warning: I talk openly and honestly about my consultation for reconstruction post-mastectomy (read: boob job). I find the process and information fascinating and want to share it with you all, however, conversations about my boobs might make you uncomfortable. You’ve been warned. After the meeting with my breast surgeon (the one doing the mastectomy), IContinue reading ““Plastics””