Courage for the Soul Blog
“On February 12, 2018, I was diagnosed with stage 4 ovarian cancer. I've had 6 rounds of chemo, surgery and additional chemo treatments. The beast is spreading and does not want to let go.” says Tyra Smith - Ovarian Cancer Survivor
Making someone's day fighting cancer with a simple random act of kindness – it could mean more to them than you think.
Your lashes need some extra TLC and babying during chemo and the recovery period, which varies from patient to patient. It’s important not to put any extra stress on lashes.
Hot summer days call for refreshing drinks. Light, bright and refreshing, they're just what you'll want in your glass when the weather heats up.
If you don't drink alcohol or if you are undergoing chemo treatment or taking meds, that is not a reason to not have a festive drink for the holiday!
I celebrated my marriage on September 9, 2016. 305 days later, at age 31, I was diagnosed with Invasive Ductal Carcinoma - Breast Cancer...
As a woman, losing my hair was such a profound experience...
My life stopped for a brief moment as the news took my breath away.
It's my Cancerversary