19th November 2018
Cancer journey (c) KarinSieger.com
Coping with cancer

Cancer journey? Why I prefer life journey

4th November 2018 Karin Sieger

Whatever our circumstances in life, metaphors can give us clarity, meaning and stability. And so, like many other people diagnosed with cancer, I used to look at my life as a cancer journey. But at some point the metaphor started to work against me. I had outgrown it. What happened? [READ MORE]

Why not knowing what to say can be valuable and ok (c) KarinSieger.com
Working it out

Why not knowing what to say is ok

3rd November 2018 Karin Sieger

Not knowing what to say? Why do we tend to turn this into a problem? How about honouring our feeling and realising this does not stop us from being with the other in a way that is helpful and meaningful, for us both? [READ MORE]

Decluttering: Clothes and Memories (c) KarinSieger.com
Motivating and Inspiring

Decluttering clothes and memories

29th October 2018 Karin Sieger

When I saw my old clothes in the second-hand charity shop my heart cried. Old memories and feelings started flooding back, and I even felt disloyal. Had the decluttering gone too far? Are you good at decluttering or do [READ MORE]

Cancer infertility and middle age (c) KarinSieger.com
Coping with cancer

Cancer infertility and middle age

29th October 2018 Karin Sieger

Cancer infertility can happen as a side effect of cancer treatment, regardless of your gender. What if cancer infertility happens at a time in our lives, when due to age, we may have already decided not to have any [READ MORE]

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