I noticed FU CANCER blogs all over the internet. I like that. Very strong way to express our feelings for C.Monster. Even I found myself shouting (quietly….. 🙂 ):FU CANCER!
But we have to be careful about that FU CANCER shouting…. Because if someone is going to eat a juicy hot dog and drink a soda – C.Monster my shout back:FU………. (that someone’s name here 🙂 ).

Because according to Heather Morgan, M.S., N.L.C., – “Every time you eat or drink, you’re either feeding disease or fighting it.” I don’t know who she is, but she is right!!!!!!!!!!

And to tell you the truth I prefer my enemy to be death, not f….d. 🙂 ! So I’m going to shout: DEATH TO YOU M.UGLY CANCER!!!!!! – and keep eating and drinking the stuff that is killing C.Monster……

Thank you for visiting.

41 thoughts on “About FU CANCER.

  1. This might sound crazy to some, especially if you’ve never had cancer, but I try not to “hate” cancer. Those rogue cells, unruly offspring, are part of my body even if they are spawn of satan. Instead, I try to make “peace” with my cancer, to co-exist with it, since it will forever be part of my new “normal”. I will be on cancer watch for the rest of my life with bi-annual mammograms, breast exams, and pelvic exams (because of the increased risk of endometrial cancer from Tamoxifen). How do I do this? I eat healthy and low on the food chain, limit comsumption of the things I’m told might send cancer cells into a biological tantrum, practice my yoga 6 days a week, and try best as I can to move through the world with good intentions, right speech-action-thought, and love. And, I try to honor all that is part of me and accept the gifts and silver linings that also come with cancer, even if on most days I suspect I am marked for deletion. It doesn’t matter. I am marvelous, my life is beautiful and full of joy and love, I am learning to live in nouns and the present tense because there is really no tomorrow. There is only here and now, every tomorrow and every past in every present moment. Here and now, this is the stuff of which we are made. And, because of that stuff, I am capable of infinite love and unafraid of death. I will never die. I will be, forever, in the cosmos, a permanent inhabitant of your dreams, and I love you all with all my heart. I love you. I love you. I love you.

  2. My love to anyone fighting that insidious existential shit that is cancer, in any form. A good friend of mine, Tracy Dart (@tdart) is a 3-time breast cancer survivor and is currently fighting a fourth bout when they found it again in her pelvic bone. Tracy prefers to “drown” her cancer (via the tried and true method of drinking), and it appears to have worked pretty well so far. (along with early detection, of course)

    My best wishes to you and yours.

  3. OneAnn65

    Proud to have you as a visitor to my blog there kiddo. I’ve read some of your blog and like the refreshing way you write. Live life on this spinning rock now and keep up the great work. Sounds like you have this thing in retreat. C’mon back anytime and visit. Leave me a comment to let me know you’ve been there.

    All the best,

  4. I was 65 when I was diagnosed with colon cancer. It was a stage 1. After surgery everything checked out so well that I didn’t have to do chemo, radiation, or the pill. The pain is gone. I see an oncologist every 3 months. I just turned 67 in August, 2013. I give God the praise! My prayers are with you as you continue your battle with cancer!

  5. Thank you for your kind LIKE on my blog “Love in the Time of Colorado!”
    And best of luck with your directed actions toward best health! Nice!

  6. You sound like a warrior and I am amazed at your spirit. Thank you for the great advice n=on healthy food and I really am with you there – healthy food = healthy body and mind. I am praying for you!

  7. When I read your post I remember my sister who had Monster C in late 2009. I’m happy to read this inspiring post =) you give hope to everyone who are fighting for Monster C.

    Thank you and GOD Bless you!

  8. I love dropping in on you once in a while! I am far too busy to read many blogs, but I always feel inspired when I read yours! I pray your good direction continues. You are correct that cleansing and detox are important, and I’m glad you did not relent and get on a bunch of drugs that sap your strength again. My friend, Julie Formby, is a Master Herbalist and has numerous tools to help her pinpoint exactly what your individual body needs for support, right down to individual organs and what will benefit them – not just herbs, but foods too. If you need additional input some time, and don’t want to visit the doctor, I’d try to find a Master Herbalist who can help you. If you ever want to contact Julie, just message me. She has helped me, and lot of other folks so much! Also, I hope you can get to a point when you will actually be able to build up what has been weakened in your body, and it sounds like you are reaching that point. You’ve spent a lot of time avoiding the bad stuff, and soon, you’ll be able to begin to nourish yourself with the goal of rebuilding. Keep up the great work!

  9. I wondered if you had done any energy work in your studies and experimenting, to deal with unresolved, chronic anger. There are wonderful complmentary medidicnes out there, such as energy workers, credible naturopaths ( I could recommend one that my wife knows who does affordable phone consults), as well as professionals such as those who work with Chinese herbs that help release pent up emotional issues in the meridians that can work wonders with dis-ease. I admire all of your hard work and efforts, and hope you find peace.

  10. Thank you for visiting my blog, but also taking the time to record a ‘like’ for a post. It is one thing to read what you see, but another to give a few moments thought about it. Long may you keep providing the rest of us the benefits of your wit and wisdom.

  11. Thanks for stopping by my site, otherwise I might not have found yours! Some very inspirational (and good advice for those of us blessed not to have C currrently) posts. I especially am impressed with your work at staying off the drugs and taking care of your body. Too many drugs, too many side effects, no curing…

  12. Hey,
    I like what you got going on here. Thanks for following Community You, i’m new to this and it’s really nice to have a follower. Hope to read more from you ax

  13. Thank you for liking my post oneanna. 🙂 I have a friend who is healing from her cancer, I met her in my teacher training for Tantra and have seen her success and journey since I met her. Our ability to heal ourselves is amazing. Well wishes to you.

  14. I feel as though I have been surrounded by people with cancer for most of my life. I have lost several family members. I have lost friends. I have kept friends and family members. One of my dearest friends was only fifteen years old, but she fought it and was lucky; she is still recovering and just hit one year of remission. Don’t you dare give up. Keep fighting and inspiring people. Thank you for coming to visit my blog and I hope to see you again soon; I know I will be stopping in here to check up on you. ❤

  15. I like your drift. Fighting the food monster is the way to stay alive. I use to eat those sandwiches made of processed meats and cheeses, pickles, and mustard. After a while I paid the price. Stroke from high blood pressure. Cut out the sandwiches and lost ninety pounds. Now sixty seven and still kicking. Food is for eating and not for dying. Pass the words.

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