Faces of Hope Blog

Unfinished Business for God!!!
- June 12, 2017

At the age of 2 1/2 was diagnosed with rhabdomyosarcoma of the right eyelid. Mine came up with what was thought to be a stye and took me to surgery to lance it. That’s when it was determined to be cancer. I took 21/2 years of 3 different iv chemo’s and radiation and cobalt. I […]

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How Do You Deal With Someone Staring At You?
- January 22, 2017

I’ll be honest and say it took me a long time to deal with people staring at my face – too long. Of course I’m not alone. Many others with a facial or bodily differences take many years to make that adjustment. But some never come to terms with their face or body and how […]

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How do I deal with feeling lopsided?
- November 5, 2016

Dear Susan, Due to cancer surgery several months ago, I have partial paralysis on the right side of my face. My mouth doesn’t look too bad and I try to remember when I speak to try to keep my face relaxed and not move my mouth too much. I’m hesitant to laugh and smile, because […]

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The Role of the Healer
, - October 15, 2016

As a healthcare provider and cancer survivor, I understand the frustration in finding the right healthcare provider in helping with your healing process.  Please check out this informative article about the role of the healer to learn more. “When we or our family members are suffering, we want it all. We want to see the […]

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