Feeling bad is a clear message that feeling good doesn’t last, but in the medical rush to make it better, we’d rather not think about that.
When people ask what has helped me “stay positive” on my cancer journey, I should just quote Pema Chödrön.
Last fall, my brother Peter gave me a ginger plant, which I planted on the north side of the house
“Working with our propensities is a very helpful way to think in terms of “me.” Just think of it as
Often, cancer is a crap shoot. It will be a while before medical science can always predict who will get
When I agreed to a stem cell transplant, I only knew that it was my best chance for a cure.
It’s a beautiful spring afternoon in Houston. I hope you’re comfortable and safe, wherever you are. A brief update on
Sleep has been elusive lately. From one night to the next, the Ambien might work, or not; the melatonin might
Sometimes I forget about my recovery. That might sound like a good thing. People might assume that I usually worry over my
Today I reread an old email newsletter from an astrologer friend, Joseph Crane. In it, he comments briefly on the