The Silence Fillers

There are phrases that hit to the very core of my existence. I heard one of those phrases today uttered to another survivor. “God doesn’t give us more than we can handle.” Excuse me while I go and vomit. This phrase has no value other than to fill the awkward silence. The silence when someone…… Continue reading The Silence Fillers

A Language You Never Expected to Learn

Whenever someone thinks of learning a second language, I am sure the thought of classes, apps, or books come to mind. I always wanted to learn further in French from high school or take up Spanish. The hand I was dealt though was both feet in the fire-fury to learn the cancer language. It’s a…… Continue reading A Language You Never Expected to Learn

The Bad Charades Game

If you ever want to know what chemo brain is like then just picture yourself trying to play a terrible game of charades where absolutely no one gets you. Lately I have been struggling to find words I never would have struggled with prior to cancer. At times I can laugh it off and say,…… Continue reading The Bad Charades Game

Ovarian Cancer Symptoms In Real Talk

I so wanted to do this blog post in the month of September for Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month but my emotions wouldn’t let me.  Every single time I sat down to write this piece I just couldn’t.  I felt like I should have known, should have had better conversations with my OB/GYN, and really this part is emotional…… Continue reading Ovarian Cancer Symptoms In Real Talk