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  • The Shift that Cancer Creates

    Guest Author Lynda Wolter's shared with Chia's Silver Lining her experience on the "Shift that Cancer Created" in her life after the start of Chemotherapy. 

    What is the cancer shift you may wonder; simply put, it is a simple realization that life is fabulous!

  • Ideas to Support Someone Going Through Cancer or a Serious Illness

    Ideas for Compassion in Action for a loved one going through cancer or serious illness. 

    1. Helpful gifts, notes, and cards.
    2. Conversation, short walks, or playing an easy fun game.
    3. Run errands for your friend or caregiver.
    4. Always show-up as you promise. 

     

     

     

  • How To Support Someone Going Through Cancer

    Feeling confused and emotional about seeing a loved one going through a serious illness is normal.  But first and foremost, because you care and...
  • Chemotherapy Side Effects- BRR its' Cold in Air Conditioning

    Side effects from Chemotherapy include not being able to regulate body temperature.  Many cancer patients lose their hair and feel the "firestorm" of chemicals working to eradicate the disease. A great comfort is to have a extremely soft, warm, and organic Wrap.
  • Women Don’t Stop Being Women with Cancer

    You didn’t stop being a woman when you were diagnosed with cancer but, in many respects, you have stopped being treated like one. No longer are you able to relax and ....
  • Perfect Gifts for a Woman With Cancer

    Many people wonder what type of gift to give to a woman with cancer, whether it's meant to express hope during treatment, or as a normal sentimen...
  • Depression: Supporting a Family Member or Friend

    Helping someone with depression can be a challenge. If someone in your life has depression, you may feel helpless and wonder what to do. Learn how ...