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Side effects from cancer treatments can be extremely difficult to deal with. Aside from the expected hair loss and thinning eyelashes, patients can suffer from hand and foot syndrome, redness and burns, rashes, and embarrassing dryness and flaking. Cancer centers recommend products, but many of them are full of petroleum-based ingredients, carcinogens, hormone disruptors and
In 1999, my friend Suzanne Foglio’s husband, Jim, was diagnosed with stage 4 non-hodgkin’s lymphoma. “As we drove home from that appointment,” she writes on her website, vibrantlifeaftercancer.com, “I looked around at the world and thought, how is the world still turning?” All these years later, Suzanne and her husband are not only surviving, they’re
During a recent workshop I presented with my friends at Women’s Voices for the Earth, I had the pleasure of meeting Paula Mozen. Paula is an award-winning documentary filmmaker and a two-time breast cancer survivor, and she’s working on a new project that’s really exciting. If you or someone you love has been diagnosed with
Attitude of Gratitude Contest: Share Your Attitude of Gratitude in Times of Adversity, Inspire Others, and Enter to Win CV Skinlabs Full Collection!
See entry details below! Times of adversity can show up in all sorts of ways in our lives. For myself and millions of others, Hurricane Sandy is a good example. By the grace of God, I’m safe and have power, but it’s not the same story for a lot of other people. Some have had