Some breast cancer survivors can put fears of recurrence out of their minds, while others think about it every day. Which kind are you?
Adjust to life after cancer by following these tips for learning from your experience, embracing gratitude, and offering your support to others.
Rhonda Howell, who has metastatic breast cancer, savors the time she spends with her 6-year-old son, and aims to see him graduate from high school.
The phrase "stop and smell the roses" takes on new meaning after a cancer diagnosis. Here's how breast cancer taught me to live life in the moment.
Are you someone who hasn't had a cancer diagnosis but might some day? If so, here are words and helpful tips to understand life as a previvor.
What’s the best way to tell your story about being diagnosed with advanced breast cancer? PJ gives her advice.
Read the candid and heart-wrenching story of PJ Hamel, a mom who faced a harsh reality — and lived to see her son grow up.
If you have trouble sleeping with late-stage breast cancer, you're not alone. Here's why sleep issues are so common, and what you can do about it.
Your body needs treatment, but so do your heart and mind. Here are some ways to regain (and maintain) emotional equilibrium despite the stress.
When you get a cancer diagnosis, it can cause once-thriving friendships to come to an end. Here's how fear can make people do strange things.