Posts Tagged ‘Thought’

Update on Margot’s progress (Part 3)

More good news to report! As I mentioned in a previous update, Margot’s second biopsy results were one of the only tests we were waiting for to come back. According to Dana Farber, some of the cells in her larger mass are DCIS – which basically means precancerous, and not actually cancer yet! This is, obviously,…

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7 Things We Can Learn From Kids

When each of us come into the world – we are a blank slate. We have the amazing ability to be formed and molded by our surroundings and the people who influence us in the most important of times. As we get older, we fall into routines and ways of thinking that may seem set…

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Quick update on Margot’s progress (Part 2)

If you’ve been staying updated on my girlfriend Margot’s progress after her breast cancer diagnosis, you may have known we were awaiting the results of her test regarding the BRCA gene (made widely known by Angelina Jolie). If this gene was present, it would forecast future complications and prompt a conversation regarding reproductive organs being affected…

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Is He A Womanizer…Or A Gentleman?

I recently came across a blog post that actually aggravated me a little bit. The topic is “Womanizing Techniques” – which I read through and began to think to myself…”Wait a minute, I do these things!” And I am certainly not a womanizer. Generalizing is a very slippery slope and this blogger could easily scare a woman away…

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Quick update on Margot’s progress

For those of you who have read my previous blog post (http://bit.ly/15QUeSo) you know that my beautiful girlfriend was recently diagnosed with breast cancer. She has decided to pursue treatment at Dana Farber, one of the top cancer treatment centers in the country. Over this past week, they ran multiple tests and got good results.…

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Staying strong through life’s unexpected changes…

Yesterday, a culmination of information my girlfriend and I had been collecting and learning about, all came to a head. She was diagnosed with breast cancer. She is 27, and has no family history of any disease. A few months ago, I found a small lump that obviously wasn’t supposed to be where it was.…

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Why thinking for yourself is the truest freedom.

There is a famous quote by the late Steve Jobs, which I’m sure we have all heard: “Don’t be trapped by dogma – which is living with the results of other people’s thinking.” Read this quote to most people, and they are sure to agree with it – however, do they really understand it? Let’s…

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