Monthly Archives: September 2016

September 23-25, 2016: Why Nipple Reconstruction?

No breasts. No areoles. No nipples. A flat chest. Long, red scars. Loose skin. Tears. Fears. Brokenness. This was the beginning not the end.    Two years later, I can look at myself naked in front of a mirror and … Continue reading

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September 14, 2016: When My Hair Attacked Me

My hair has grown out long enough to cause a panic attack. Yep! It happened. This is one of those “healing moments” no one warned me about, and it was pretty traumatic.  When you go through chemo, you know you’ll … Continue reading

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September 13, 2016: From There to Here

It was a normal day. I was a normal woman living a normal life. I felt normal. I looked normal. But what’s “normal” anyway? To be honest, it’s nothing more than a perception. It’s not the truth. It’s what you … Continue reading

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