Chats with My Friend Greg

I learned of Ms. Keller’s essay via someone I follow on WordPress. I found Mr. Keller’s via my Tumblr buddy Greg, late Sunday night, while watching the Golden Globes (reading is a great way to tune out the more boring self-congratulatory speeches). Here is a link to Greg’s brief thoughts on a portion of this mess, via my added comments. I post this link because I value and treasure Greg’s thoughts and think them most worthy of reading, as I’ve done in the past. For those unfamiliar with past links I’ve posted, Greg is living with Stage 4 Prostate Cancer.

Author: Cancer Curmudgeon

Oct 2010 diagnosed with Stage 3, HER2+ Breast Cancer. Completed treatment Jan 2012. Waaaaaay over pink. Applying punk rock sensibility to how I do cancer.

4 thoughts on “Chats with My Friend Greg”

    1. That’s awful–but I got lectures and was “encouraged” to “seek help”. Funny thing was, I did wind up in a support group that was very helpful and ironically had an outcome that the one encouraging me did not foresee–I cut the person out of my life, and it was a very positive thing for me!
      You may want to check out an old post, I’m Allowed (you can just copy and paste that title into the search button up there). You will probably like that!
      Thank you for reading and liking my blog and commenting!


  1. I’m so glad you wrote about this Keller crap, I had seen references to it here and there but never was able to find the actual articles and through this post and links, I found and read them. What a couple of media wh*res they are.


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