There were times I wanted to give up. My body would just start to recover from the last onslaught of chemo and back I would trundle to subject it to another dose. Yet I wanted to live.
Read messages of encouragement and inspiration concerning chemotherapy. Although written from a breast cancer perspective, many of the messages will apply to all those going through chemo so do come back often.
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Enjoying the Break by Shirley Corder
posted: 13 February 2013
How can you best use the time between treatments. Shirley Corder offers five suggestions.
Let's Be Practical! by Shirley Corder
posted: 17 February 2012
Some suggestions on ways you can help your friend who has cancer.
Who's in Control Around Here? by Shirley Corder
posted: 27 August 2010
"Is there anyone up there that can help me?" Hanging over a cliff is not for sissies.
The Power of the Mind by Shirley Corder
posted: 24 August 2010
Can my mind really affect my body? Sure it can . . . Try this simple experiment.
The Beginnings of a Journal by Shirley Corder
posted: 13 August 2010
How can I journal when I don't have the energy to hold a pen?
Letters to God by Shirley Corder
posted: 5 August 2010
Have you ever tried to write a letter to God?
Better still, has He ever replied?
True Encouragement by Shirley Corder
posted: 30 July 2010
Friends try to encourage, ¯but their words often don't help.
Is Life Getting You Down? by Shirley Corder
posted: 18 April 2009
There were many times during chemotherapy when I felt exhausted and disheartened. I would flop on my bed and wonder if it was really worth the struggle. Elijah's story encouraged me.
Abandoned by God? by Shirley Corder
posted: 14 April 2005
Isolated in hospital, I felt abandoned by my family, my friends, and even by God.