Category Archives: Cure

Understanding

When you don’t understand something, you ask questions. Why is something happening to me? Why is my cancer coming back? Why am I not getting better? Why hasn’t a cure been found?

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Tears

They keep it real. They don’t hide the facts. They encourage each other. They cry when they’re sad. They laugh when they’re overjoyed. They live to go on. They dedicate their plaque to the memory of those who have died.

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Melanoma

If you didn’t know about melanoma, read the writing below. The text is small in the picture above so I’ve retyped it. “Melanoma is a type of skin cancer. It is normally an adult disease. In my case, it’s more … Continue reading

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Don’t wreck it

As leaders, we often want to “fix” a problem when we see one right in front of us. Instead of fixing, can we turn it into a teaching moment? Handling a situation gently is much better than stepping in and … Continue reading

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Help Kids with Cancer

There is nothing selfish about this post. A couple of days ago I made a post about Give Kids the World. This time I’m asking you to listen to another story. St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, located in Memphis, Tennessee, … Continue reading

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