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March 14, 2012

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Anonymous

Thank for bringing this to us.

danny e bloome

Wendy, I beg to differ, read this and comment back to me or blog here?

http://plogspot101.blogspot.com/2012/03/open-letter-to-cnn-columnist-bob-greene.html

Wendy S. Harpham, MD

Mr. Bloome,

Followers of this blog know that Healthy Survivorship involves determining the focus of our attention and energies each day. It's a dynamic process that is always a work-in-progress.

Since it is unreasonable to review our priorities and guage the costs and rewards of everything we say and do, we develop patterns of behavior. Still, on a regular basis we step back and reassess if these priorities are in proper order under the current circumstances.

When faced with new choices or situations, we resume the energy-demanding process of reflection and assessment.

Healthy Survivors also understand that each of us forges and follows a unique path to getting good care and living fully. And as long as we are true to ourselves, it doesn't matter if others make judgments.

With hope, Wendy

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