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Challenging Time

I would say that I am a happy person; I love to smile and laugh and especially make anyone else feel the same. I am a single parent to three beautiful boys, including one autistic son. Just two months after returning to work after brain surgery, I felt a rather large lump in my breast…

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Cancer, Divorce, Pneumonia

I was 37 years old when I was told that I had Stage II Breast Cancer. I had surgery and started my treatments. All during my treatments, my husband was there but not physically or mentally — ignoring me all the time and sleeping on the couch…

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