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Cancer

Wednesday Sep 10 2008

   By Vince DiBianca | Bio
Over the last year or two, I’ve found myself surrounded by family and friends who have been diagnosed with cancer of different forms. I’d say the number amounts to a dozen people. Of these, only two are in remission (breast cancer and testicular cancer). Six have passed away (after lengthy chemo/radiation) and the remaining four are in the midst of their “battle”, as it’s put. These are, seemingly, not great odds of survival.[Read More]

Written by eldering at Health

Tagged with: attitude cancer chemotherapy commitment immune_system radiation treatment

Being a Grandparent

Wednesday Jan 10 2007



By Vincent DiBianca

Bio
When I was a little kid, my picture of "grandpop" was of a little old guy with spectacles, stooped posture, a little paunch, a distinctive limp and false teeth. My grandfather often brought a smile and a wink with him, but he wasn't particularly able to relate to me. I recall we sometimes played checkers or cards; however, I don't remember doing anything special with him. We never went off exploring together (except for an occasional movie). He seemed more interested in assigning me chores (and imposing discipline) than teaching me values and how to think. Grandpa was a part of my life, but he was actually more of a babysitter than anything else.[Read More]

Written by eldering at Wisdom in Action

Tagged with: commitment connection family grandfather grandparent grandparenting

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