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My StoryLast updated: Feb 16 2016
Thank you for visiting me at mylifeline and following my journey with advanced breast cancer and Peutz-Jeghers syndrome.
Thank you for reading and thinking about what I share related to living with serious illness and conscious dying. Actually, I write whatever interests me - topics ranging from breast cancer activism (October 2012) to time systems (January 2013) to religion (Easter and December 2013). Euthanasia and the Wish to Hasten Death and the movement to humanize medicine (2015).
Who knows what is next?
I did go onto hospice care in November 2015 and my life and writing have since shifted.
If you'd like to read some of my other writing or hear me speak, please click on the Learning Links on the lavender bar above. And if you like to see many of the graphics I've shared, please click on Photos on the lavender bar above.
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May all beings be safe. May all be happy. May all be healed. May all dwell in love. May all be at peace.