Survivorship | Susan Sink

December 9, 2016 at 6:54 am Leave a comment

 

susan-sinkMany a Melbourne morning I wake up to a post from Susan Sink in my inbox. I shared her blog with you when she began her journey from cancer diagnosis through to today’s post on Survivorship.

Susan can write. Susan can express herself. Susan is honest.

What we have to fight, the chaos of nature, per (Laurence) Gonzales, is this: our brains. Our ability to manage our impulses and also to be present mentally to find solutions even if they mean ignoring previous training.

I am so glad Susan is alive. You will be too. Take a look at her blog and today’s post.

Her perspective and writing are an inspiration for me, for everyday living, for gratitude and for those, their caregivers and families in cancer treatment, surviving and thriving.

 

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