What this blog is all about

Entering my 50’s  has been a time to really reflect on all of I have been through and learned as life has thrown me curveballs. As a two time cancer survivor, I share my observations on many aspects of life and hope you will find it inspirational, entertaining and something you can relate to. This blog may also take twists and turns from the more serious and reflective to the lighter aspects of life with a goal of sharing ways to embrace the experience. My hope is that you feel free to comment, share your perspective and make this an interactive experience.

5 Responses to What this blog is all about

  1. Ronny Allan says:

    Hi Shari – I loved your post 25 life lessons and intend to share it widely. I think it’s great for any cancer. I just thought I’d let you know that your post Top 5 Most Read) blogs have internal links to your admin page (i.e. only you can open them) – I’ve made similar mistakes myself! I should be able to find the external link OK


  2. lisainred says:

    Hi, Shari. I thoroughly enjoyed your post on 25 life lessons. I’m an oral cancer survivor who first got ill when I was 27. I had surgery and radiation, then 23 years later had a brainstem stroke. I am proud of what people like you have done to increase awareness about early detection, research and coping with the long-term effects of treatment. Glad to find your blog and connect with you. God bless you.


    • Shari says:

      Thank you for reading my blog and reaching out (and finding me). I am sorry to hear all you have gone through. You certainly know what it is like to be a young person diagnosed with cancer – we are a small club. I am glad to connect with people like you- and that is why I love writing my blog. Keep connected!


      • lisainred says:

        Thanks, Shari. How old were you when you were diagnosed? Sister, we gotta share horror stories. I lost my JOB in 1989 for having cancer. This was the year before the ADA passed! God bless you, sweetie. I love your writing and want to talk to you about joining up and making more money from this blog. The long-term effects of survival…nobody talks about that!

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  3. Shari says:

    Hi there! I was 25 when first diagnosed. Feel free to send me an email to discuss further. sharibermandicker@gmail.com


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