A Thank-You to Cancer Dads

There are dads, and then there are cancer dads. Click to read cancer dad Tamer’s blog post, “A Message to Dads,” about how he let go of his “to...

A Letter to New Cancer Moms

Dear Mom Whose Child is Newly Diagnosed with Cancer, “Cancer Mom.” I know you’re not yet used to that title. It’s a title I never wanted,...

Cancer Changes How We Love

When cancer has invaded your life, showing love means more than flowers, chocolates or a fancy dinner date. Love means rubbing your child’s f...

Part 2: What is Grief?

This is the second piece in a 3-part series. If you haven’t already, please go back and read Grief – Part 1: What Grief Is Not. What is grief...

A Message to Dads

When Tamer’s son Zein was diagnosed with cancer at age 5, Tamer had a hard time letting other people in and asking for help when he and his f...

How Cancer Makes Us Mighty

When a child is diagnosed with cancer, the child and the family face challenges they never knew existed — but they also find strength they di...

Survivor’s Guilt

“Whoa. This is a real thing,” I thought to myself when I finally realized where my brain was going. We had been home from the hospital for ...

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