I have had a long and excellent relationship with a company called Healthline. I am not on their payroll, for the record, but we have done projects together. One of them was my being a mentor to a woman diagnosed with metastatic cancer. They were going to film our meeting. I was pretty excited about meeting Susan, although they told me almost nothing about her so I could do no research on
There are cycles to living with metastatic breast cancer, especially for as long as I have. Of course, first comes fear, sadness, mourning, then gratefulness, appreciation, acceptance, even tedium. And denial. Most people feel denial at the beginning, "This can't be happening to me." or "I'm just eating wrong, I can fix with flax seeds and cannibis." (You can't.).
I recently have been in a