Posts tagged "myeloma"

Multiple Myeloma 101: interviews with Dr. Zimmerman and Dr. Szatkowski

  I’ve been in the world of broadcasting for almost five years now. During that time, I’ve been a sideline reporter for a semi-pro hockey team, a guest on a few reality T.V. shows, a production assistant and an associate producer for a reality show pilot that, unfortunately, didn’t go anywhere. But I’ve never dealt... Read more »

Overcoming grief part deux : a lesson in wearing masks

Everyone processes grief differently. Lately, I’ve been wearing the mask of “happiness”. I’ve done my best to be genuinely happy…really. But there are times when I’m forced to fake it. I wear a mask. It’s not that I’m really trying to go out of my way to hide something. It’s simply that you get to... Read more »

One step forward, two steps back...

So what do you do when one of your parents are sitting on the living room floor crying in pain? Well, if you do like I did, you stand there, call 911 and cry right along with them. So this past week or so has been a non-stop emotional roller-coaster ride. At times I’ve felt as thought... Read more »
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Family is everything

Have you ever felt like you were sleepwalking through your day or week? That’s the way it’s been for me. Once my mother told me she was admitted into the hospital, everything else became a sort of blur. It’s kind of sad that it takes something like a serious illness that will cause your priorities... Read more »

People can be amazing!

Yeah, I know that in today’s society most of us feel like the average human being lacks any sort of empathy toward their fellow man. Yet, when something like cancer enters into your life, you can see first hand how caring people can be. Like I said yesterday in my last post, I went to... Read more »