How do you do it? It’s a question I get asked all the time about my job.
Americans every day have their routine down perfectly. When summer is here, we take our vacations, visit the beach or travel somewhere exotic.
Dear Breast Cancer Patient,
Since I first wrote to you a lot has happened.
It was my last day at the job I’ve been at for the last year and a half today.
I love what the ice bucket challenge did. I love that it brought so much awareness to a disease that has brought so much heartache to so many people.
I remember sitting there in a midweek service at my church as the speaker said “you young adults listen up… you don’t even think about death but you need to be aware it is real, it is very real.” I sat there as a young adult and wanted to yell..
This month is Childhood Cancer Awareness month. It’s a cause that hits really close to home to me because it hit my home as a first time new mom.
I have never walked in your shoes, and I hope I never will.
I’m an oncology nurse. I knew when I signed up for the job that it was a tough one and that tough conversations was part of it.