Category Archives: Denial

Why You Need To Tell Me When It’s Time To Call It Quits


My Dad was a winner. In every sense of the word. He wasn’t famous. Or rich. Didn’t have any degrees. Never even went to High School. He was an immigrant who came to this country with a strong work ethic, … Continue reading

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A Cancer Diagnosis Will Make You Sit Up and Take Notice – Part II


Beating This Feeling like you can beat whatever has knocked you down, whatever has brought you to your knees, is a good state of mind to be in. You need positivity. But it’s not enough. Positivity is a thought. It’s … Continue reading

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A Cancer Diagnosis Will Make You Sit Up and Take Notice


“It doesn’t look good man” was his answer. I had just asked the surgeon for a prognosis. He referred me to an Oncologist. After seeing her, she said to me, “You probably have a year, maybe 18 months. It’s hard … Continue reading

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