Each person living with cancer has a story to share. Your story is unique and valuable in its twists and turns and ups and downs. Because your story is personal, it makes sense that sharing this story - how, when, if, and with whom - can be a big decision.
- Things to Consider Before Sharing Your Cancer Story
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- When Cancer Leads to Workplace Discrimination
- How to Redeem Your Reward Points
- What NOT to Say to Someone with Cancer
- 5 Tips to Outsmart Chemo Brain
- Ways to Help Someone with Cancer
- Breast Cancer Quotes to Inspire You
- Managing Stress: Relaxation Techniques for Cancer Patients
- Chemo Side Effect: Eyebrow & Lashes Replacement Solutions
Posted by Turban Diva on 5/15/2017 to Lifestyle & Fashion
Posted by Turban Diva on 4/26/2017 to Lifestyle & Fashion
Research now shows there are many health-related benefits to spending time with these adorable, furry, four-legged friends.
Posted by Turban Diva on 3/26/2017 to FAQ
A cancer diagnosis can affect a person’s work life to different degrees.
People who work during treatment or return to work after treatment may encounter obvious or subtle workplace discrimination
Posted by Turban Diva on 3/18/2017 to FAQ
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Posted by Turban Diva on 3/12/2017 to FAQ
On a regular basis, I talk to folks that are overwhelmed with their new diagnosis, and don't know what to do next. I often hear, "I can't believe she/he said that when I told them I had cancer!"
Posted by Turban Diva on 2/26/2017 to Healthy Habits
Ah “Chemo Brain,” the gift that keeps on giving. What is Chemo-brain, and how can you beat it?
Posted by Turban Diva on 2/20/2017 to Healthy Habits
When someone you care about is diagnosed with cancer, you want to help, but may be uncertain about exactly what to do. Chemotherapy, surgery and radiation can consume enormous time and energy. Here are ways to lend a hand:
Posted by Turban Diva on 2/10/2017 to Lifestyle & Fashion
Posted by Turban Diva on 1/22/2017 to Healthy Habits
Posted by Turban Diva on 1/5/2017 to Chemo Hair Loss
Here are some quick tips for the most natural look for lashes and brows.
Posted by Turban Diva on 12/27/2016 to Lifestyle & Fashion
When you lose your hair, Head Wraps and Turbans are an essential piece of clothing instead of an optional accessory.
There is a process to styling the best Head Wraps and Turbans for your face shape, just the same as finding a hairstyle to accent your best features
Posted by on 7/30/2016 to Lifestyle & Fashion
I wanted to share my story to tell all women to be vigilant and not neglect any symptoms that seem suspicious.
Posted by Administration on 11/16/2015 to Lifestyle & Fashion
I had recently retired after working as a school psychologist for over 25 years and my first grandchild was due at the beginning of June.
Posted by TurbanDiva on 9/26/2015 to FAQ
Your burning questions are answered here!
Posted by TurbanDiva on 9/2/2015 to Lifestyle & Fashion
Up until June 3, 2016, I had an extremely healthy lifestyle, eating organic, exercising daily and always feeling in top shape. In retrospect, instead of eating bags of Kale, I should have enjoyed Krispy Kreme donuts.
Posted by TurbanDiva on 8/3/2015 to Chemo Hair Loss
I'm Stacey, a 32 year old mother, wife, daughter, sister, and friend. I'm also an oncology social worker.
Posted by TurbanDiva on 7/6/2015 to Chemo Hair Loss
I was diagnosed with breast cancer in the beginning of March.
I had a lump for 1 1/2years that I was told not to worry about.
Posted by Laurie Andreoni on 6/3/2015 to Lifestyle & Fashion
Meet Julia, our Turban Diva of the month.
Turbans are not just for hair loss.
And modesty can go hand in hand with style.
Posted by Administrator on 3/1/2015 to FAQ
Posted by Laurie Andreoni on 3/8/2014 to Lifestyle & Fashion