Ashley: Warrior Mom


Ashley is currently juggling two tasks: parenting her young children and pulverizing breast cancer. Her blog represents her being well on her way to succeeding in both spots.

From an Obsessive Optimist in the Eye of A Hurricane.


Cherry's motto is, "Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass; It's about learning to dance in the rain." She is an inspiration because of her personal battle with breast cancer.

Boobs and Ovaries


BRCA1 and BRCA2 are two of the most important discoveries in recent medical history; they are a pair of genes associated with breast cancer. Women, or even men, who inherit a problematic mutation of either them are a greater risk of dealing with this cancer type. Mrs. Jones in England unfortunately suffers from a BRCA dilemma and blogs about her attempt to counteract the fate her genes may predict for her. Humor, a love of life, and myriad hobbies and passions are her recipe for joy.

The Breasts on my Chest


The simple things in life provide pleasure for this military wife and mother. She refuses to let cancer stamp out those pleasures, nor her confident sense of sexuality.

I Would Have Rather Had Chocolate


Beryl blogs about her bout with breast cancer using copious doses of humor and heart. She manages to locate a plucky sense of cheer in most every post.

Indigo Dreaming


Cheryl, from New South Wales, blogs about the loss of the use of her right arm and hand as a result of breast cancer. Her son's tragic vehicle death adds to the solemn mood here.

Bald is Better with Earrings


A blod dedicated to women going through diagnosis, treatment and beyond from one who has been there. Every entry has a top 5 list of tips and hints.

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My personal, professional and artistic blog. My journey from being diagnosed with Breast Cancer, to trying to change the lives of other women, coping with it.