“So, You Have an Ostomy”: The Complexity of Coping —Part 1 — lights camera crohn’s

“So, You Have an Ostomy”: The Complexity of Coping —Part 1 — lights camera crohn’s – tells about experiences of life after ostomy surgery and quality of life living a stoma and a stoma bag.

Blogosphere listens!

Blogosphere listens! I notice the manylittle supporting words of encouragement.The motivation fellow bloggers giveto comrades who suffer fromcancer, depression, anxiety, etc.As the latter group expresses in their posts,the blogosphere listens!It’s like a therapy session;as one’s kind words soothelike a healing balmin their moments of despair.

Ostomy surgery: when gossips magnify problems…

Ostomy surgery: when gossips magnify problems… is about getting patient to undergo ostomy surgery versus patients’ gossips.

Faithful Friday with the News Breaker

Faithful Friday is a tercet (Triplets AAA, BBB, CCC. It is about faith and the strength to go through a cancer diagnosis.

Breaking bad news, breaking a person

Breaking bad news is a difficult and delicate task. The following anecdotes shows how a person reacts after being told a cancer diagnosis.

Fly with the wind!

Fly with the wind!   Cancer took away her only child. She has withdrawn to her room, grieving with knees to her chest, with a sense of impending doom.   Failed motherhood– in her mind. Her family members persuade, like pretty ribbons that bind, with love and compassion conveyed.   Have a key to open yourContinue reading “Fly with the wind!”

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