A great eulogy is one that tells many stories. Be specific and detailed to makes the story more believable.
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It's better to say, 'It's great to see you,' instead of 'You look great,' which focusses on the triviality of appearance without acknowledging surviving cancer.
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Why is telling your story important? Here is an example. I’m a groupie of a local band and during their break, I said, "I love you but I know nothing about you! My friend asked me where you are from, and I did not know the answer.” I suggested each gig include a story by [...]
When I describe myself as a 'Cancer Survivor,' it gives a lot of importance to the first word being 'cancer'. Instead, I prefer to call myself a 'Survivor of Cancer' because the emphasis is on 'Survivor.' Cancer doesn't define me. But the word Survivor does. Is it enough to just 'survive'? NO! It's important to [...]
Sharing gratitude not only helps the cancer survivor stay positive, it helps the whole family especially children.