The reason I started this blog

Today I received an incredibly nice note from a lady that is on a synovial sarcoma forum I have been on since I was diagnosed with cancer back in 2010. I have my blog linked there. The reason I started this blog was to be a resource for other people who are going through similar circumstances with cancer and amputation. I talk with a lot of people who have just been diagnosed with sarcoma and email me because of my blog… probably around 3 each month. I always feel fortunate that I can help people going through difficult circumstances and love to hear that I have been able to help in some small way.

Now that I am finally back on my prosthesis I am going to start trying to find ways to help people dealing with amputation and cancer. These things are definitely life changing experiences, but they don’t mean that you have to stop living!

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3 Responses to The reason I started this blog

  1. Peggy Guthrie says:

    Awesome, Rob. Such an inspiration to see how things can work together for good and how caring for others can alleviate much agony in this world!

  2. Paula Parris says:

    Rob, your faith and love for others is an inspiration to me. I’ll be praying for you as your continue your mission of helping.

  3. Neal Seigfried says:

    Great Rob. The amputee community can use another volunteer.

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