Why Miss the Moment?

It’s never too late to start; it’s never too early to begin. One of my closest friends is living with terminal cancer. I selected the verb very consciously here, and “living” is exactly what I mean. As we… Read More

One True Step: A Breast Cancer Journey

In 2002, one of my dearest friends was diagnosed with breast cancer. In her late thirties, with a wonderful spouse and two young sons, I watched as she navigated surgery, chemo and radiation, as so many women do…. Read More

Hindsight: Why Stories Matter

Don’t we all wish we had the 20-20 vision of hindsight in the moment an event is unfolding? We would have all the insight that retrospection brings, without having to wait. I used to believe that if we… Read More