I was diagnosed with breast cancer, on December 30, 2010, the day before my thirty-first birthday. I am recording my experiences to hopefully help others through their breast cancer treatment. I decided to call this blog “Darn Good Lemonade” because one of my initial responses to this ordeal is that I better learn to make darn good lemonade now that life has given me a pair of lemons....more
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Nancy Wurtzel writes Dating Dementia and chronicles making big changes at midlife. With her humorous and sometimes slightly twisted viewpoint, Nancy covers divorce, single parenting, dating, careers and aging parents. Don't be afraid, no one has been seriously hurt reading Dating Dementia....more
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This is sharing my experience with Fibromyalgia, pain, medications, therapy and diets. I hope to share any useful information I can on all subjects relating to living with Fibro. ...more
I'm a freelance writer, aspiring novelist and professional knitter with
a dismal day job where I stare at a computer and wrangle dead trees.
I'm also a geek and fangirl who has ADD and possibly a touch of
Asperger's. These are the obsessions and distractions that get me
through my day.
"Specializing in life, love & everything in between, her writing doesn't have a theme, except for "Real" because Jordan believes that in this world, if you can't be real with your audience, then you aren't worthy of the words you use." I'm very random, very hyper, and very VERY open. I love to write, laugh and share the funny things in my life to bring a smile on everyone's face....more
Welcome to the DCPatient Blog. My intention is to inform, shape, and participate in the conversation about what type of healthcare we can
have in this country. I am influenced both by my experiences as a
patient — inflammatory bowel disease, liver transplant, fertility
challenges — and my 17 years and counting here in the Nation’s Capital
involved in health care policy, advocacy, and communications.