Allison’s tattoo allowed her to emotionally heal from her battle with breast cancer. Her resilience will amaze you.
There’s nothing like a lazy Sunday evening, moseying to the ice cream shop to get dessert with friends. Or picking up Chinese food for an untraditional picnic after school. Or coming home from college and exchanging stories about crazy roommates and parties that got out of hand.
And there’s nothing like the moment you find out a best friend has a Stage IV brain tumor.art, brain cancer, movies, poetry
from Urban Yogis and The Chopra Well Yuko’s Story: Cancer Recovery and Yoga This is a wonderful and inspiring piece on being faced with mouth cancer and how one woman used the power of painting and yoga to fight her way through it. Thursday – Touchstone Thursday Personal stories hold us together. Personal expression gets […]mouth cancer, painting, yoga
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A couple of months ago, I received a message from Angelica Scott with the subject line: “A Tattoo to Transcend a Breast Cancer Battle – Allison W. Gryphon’s Story.” It stood out, especially in contrast to the tattoo supply promos and nude photos from strangers that usually flood my Inbox. I was put in touch […]