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After Erica Campbell was diagnosed with Stage IV Hodgkin lymphoma, she could barely stand. Now she’s walking runways as a plus-size model.
Women who feel more satisfied in their partnerships experience less stress and less inflammation.
The COVID-19 pandemic presents some unique challenges on mental health, especially for men. Dan Doty shares his ideas.
Jenessa Schwartz refuses to put off joy even while battling Stage 4 colon cancer in the midst of a global pandemic.
I write this post to address one fundamental question: How do we feel normal, when so much around us is changing?
Her silhouette shifts the shadows from the hallway until her navy scrubs come into view.
Love prevails when a couple’s world is upended by a breast cancer diagnosis.
Emily Garnett, 34, is a mom, wife and lawyer turned writer and podcast host living with metastatic breast cancer in the New York City area.
Robert Ginyard, 57, lives in Baltimore with his wife and two children.
Cancer and its treatment can lead to changes that affect sexual desire and function.
Cancer doesn’t have to bring sexual intimacy to an end.
I recognize that I feel powerless. Without claiming too much, I imagine my spouse to feel powerless, too.
Facing any illness in general or cancer in particular as a single person poses its own set of unique challenges.
What’s actually been gnawing at me since my last post like this six months ago is something completely different—relationships.
Episode 1: The First Date
Even if you can’t “fix” their cancer, you can still bring your grandparents much joy simply by spending time with them.
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