Category Archives: diagnosis

Guest Post

I am so thrilled to introduce my first guest post.  The author of the post is my wonderful daughter, Lauren.  I could write a book about her, but I think reading her post will give you an idea of what a special person she is…Thank you, Lauren… When my mother was first diagnosed, I viewed …

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Darkness and then Light…

Well, it’s really hard to believe I am finally writing this.  I have been resisting doing a blog since my  diagnosis in 2006.  Frankly, it just seemed like another “cancer” thing to do.  I’m not sure why I have finally surrendered to it.  I don’t feel that enough people talk about the emotional side of …

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Grieve Well

Evidence-Based Bereavement Grief Coping Strategies. Scientific research has identified many behaviors and attitudes that can help reduce the severity and duration of grieving symptoms.

Two Sleevers

High Protein, Low Carb Recipes for Better Health

The Musings of a Cancer Research Advocate

It's All About the Evidence...


EVEN if...


living with cancer

Emma's fight against MDS

My battle against the blood cancer MDS


A Keto Lover in a Carb Driven World


Embracing the Thirties Life Crisis

Heart of a Country Home

Southern and Low Carb Recipes from a Country Kitchen

My Table of Three

Pull up a chair and grab a cup of coffee while we share some good recipes, laughs and more!

She Calls Me Hobbit

It's Low Carb, High Fat...not Lousy Cooking, Horrible Flavor. Hobbit and Keto Iron Chef have joined forces!

You Season With Love

Exploring a mostly whole foods, mostly allergen free diet

Health as a Human Right

Discussing a Broad Range of Health Topics

This Life I Live

scenes from one man's extraordinary, ordinary life

My Eyes Are Up Here

My life is not just about my chest, despite rumblings to the contrary.