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Read this closely, then tell me what I'm talking about. This virus thing, or your cancer treatments?

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Cancer teaches us a lot of things, these are just two.

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In spite of the craziness going on out there, be positive, keep kindness and love close, and remember, it's not your circus, not your monkeys.

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It's been 6 weeks since my total laryngectomy and bilateral neck dissection.

Here is an update about adjusting to a new life living as a laryngectomee. As we hear often cancer patients have a "new normal". This thing has nothing "normal" about it, but it is mine. So I'm learning the unique quirks to being a "neck breather". Here is my latest article>>http://bit.ly/3cZtadd

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Well, it's Friday the 13th again, but I Ain't Skeered! Everyone have a great day, enjoy the weekend!

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This is appropriate for the clock. I like to say that even a clock that hasn't been changed for daylight savings time will have the right time for 6 months. But for the message here, even our worst of days will have something positive in them. The rest of the day's suckiness may overwhelm the positive, but still, there is something there.

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It looks like a bumpy week ahead! We have the time change under our belts, the full moon is coming, let's see if we can make it through until Friday. And put those last 12 hand sanitizers back, you only need one!

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"Embrace the Suck" is a phrase we used in the military and seems to cross over into our cancer fight. There's nothing we can do about having cancer but get the treatment and just get through it. Yes, lots of the parts of it along the way suck, but let's just embrace it and get on with it.

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I guess this says that it all depends on your point of view as to whether you will have a happy life or be miserable all the time.

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