Normalizing Callbacks on Mammograms

My first mammogram was an abnormal experience at 37. It was diagnostic, but instead of having a cyst aspirated, I learned I had cancer. Since I finished treatments, mammograms have been a yearly task to prove that I am still well. This year was a little different. I went in with my usual good attitude,Continue reading “Normalizing Callbacks on Mammograms”

On Not Celebrating a Cancer-versary

November 5, 2020 was my five year cancer-versary.  I thought that it would feel like a huge celebration if I made it to that benchmark without a recurrence.  I believed I would feel relieved.  However, that is not how I experienced it at all.   Celebrating is something I am not good at, in general.   EverythingContinue reading “On Not Celebrating a Cancer-versary”

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