I suggest you watch Sleeping with the Enemy and let me know if you think there are better alternatives.
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in this blog entry, the author begins her education about the financial realities of cancer treatment.
A positive but realistic view of life as a cancer patient.You do not want to get into an all-out fight with a sociopath when the sociopath feels like his survival is threatened. With a sociopath, the best thing to do is to make the breakup seem like it was his or her choice.Like with ticks or other parasites, you want to poison the well so the sociopath willingly leaves.This may seem very passive-aggressive, but after about three months (give or take), the sociopath will be out of your life.You should be in the clear after your sociopath has been gone three to six months.A handful of atypical cells one week; a double mastectomy and reconstructive surgery the next.It's a cure, but it's brutal My Left Breast (here, "Not So Fast," 2012 findings about 4 types of breast cancer) My Life with Cancer (Jonathan Alter, Newsweek, on his mantle cell lymphoma) My Own Life: Oliver Sacks on Learning He Has Terminal Cancer "I am now face to face with dying. When you're used to being in control, it's hard not to feel that you're somehow to blame for having cancer.Blog for a Cure (meet-up blog for those looking for support from someone who's been there) Breast Cancer Action Breast Cancer? I hate pink (Ann Silverman's blog on living with metastatic cancer. Cancer Bitch (a feminist blogs about her breast cancer) The Cancer Match (poem by James Dickey) Cancer's Not Pink (Stephanie Theobald, The Guardian, 3-15-12). Covering Health (blog roll of Association of Health Care Journalists, AHCJ) Cowgirl Attitude (a Nashville girl gets colon cancer and lives to blog about it--if you don't like reading about poop, this is not the blog for you) Cover-Up Carol Scott-Conner, Pulse, 4-18-14). A doctor/patient talks about the discomfort of dressing in the swimming pool dressing room.Early detection is not the same as cure, she learned.) Cancer Becomes Me by Marjorie Gross, who wrote for "Seinfeld." This humorous essay about her ovarian cancer appeared in the New Yorker, 4-15-96. Women are rebelling against the fluffy imagery surrounding breast cancer Cancer in Context (Reuters blog) The Cancer Wake Up Call: 8 Lessons that Enhanced My Life (Steven Gaffney, Cancer. Cure (share your stories) Dana-Farber Cancer Institute: Insight Dave Getting Stronger (to keep others up to date on David Holder's "delymphomanization" and, finally, his death) David's Cancer Videoblog (from diagnosis to death, celebrating the life of David B. Len's Blog (expert perspective, insight, discussion) Five Years to a Cure (Ellen Diamond, Pulse, 8-24-12).How Cancer Changed Me In Unimaginable Ways (Rachel Zimmerman, WBUR's Common Health Reform and Reality, 2-23-12).The changes in her life since being diagnosed with colorectal cancer are not all physical In Cancer Therapy, There Is a Time to Treat and a Time to Let Go (Jane E.