Carolyn Vachani

Now Hiring – Help Manager!

Posted October 17th, 2017

We all know that a new cancer diagnosis is challenging, to say the least. You are filled with anxiety, uncertainty, a sense of urgency and fear. We also realize that the rest of life doesn’t stop- kids still need to get to soccer, dinner still needs to be made, and the list goes on and […]

4 Simple Ways To Experience Peace In Cancer

Posted October 16th, 2017

Not too long ago, I stumbled across an email sent as an update to our kids and siblings on how my husband, Gary, was faring with cancer: “We’re home from Hospice House,” I wrote. “Gary’s still pretty sharp, his sense of humor is still intact, but there’s been quite a bit of change in the past […]

Bob Riter

Beginning A New Relationship After Cancer

Posted October 12th, 2017

It’s challenging to begin a new relationship after having had cancer. I’ve written about that as have many others. But what about the other partner in a new relationship – the one without cancer? One woman put it this way, “I feel like cancer is a member of his family. I want to understand and […]

Fare thee well my bright star

Posted October 11th, 2017

It is with a heavy heart that I write this, the final entry to the Healing Paws blog. Finn, the wonderful therapy dog who was the focus of this blog series, died on August 28th. He had been coping with multiple complications after having his CCL (the dog equivalent of the ACL) repaired in April. […]

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