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Rediscovering life and manhood after prostate cancer.
Internal navigation systems for humans need both the firmness of set goals, and the delicate flexibility of being open to outcomes
Radical change is on the menu whether we like it or not. Be inspired by these extreme adaptation stories from cancer survivors to dinosaur businesses.
Struggling to listen to (or tell your own) cancer stories? There is a way to share stories that heals and connects, and honors the voice of the storyteller.
Personal perspective: When barely understood body parts are lost or removed, it helps to take time and go below the surface.
Get over your fantasies about spontaneity. You were not born yesterday. Things have changed. You might as well laugh or else you’ll cry.
Resisting cancer got us to eat healthy organic food, which also boosts mood and general mental outlook.
Things don't always go the way we want. Managing energy flow can help in navigating these blockages.
Many men and their partners are devastated by the impact of erectile dysfunction after prostate cancer treatment. Here's a practical way to support healthy recovery.
ED affects millions of men and their partners. Here's my personal story. What it's been like for me in this existential wasteland. You are not alone.
Questioning your self-image or identity after physical loss and changes? Here's how gratitude for my remaining physicality and re-imagining manhood after prostate cancer helped me.
Prostate cancer treatment saved my life, and prompted open conversation about erectile dysfunction. Here are some ways to engage support from partners and remove the shame.
Mish Middelmann is recovering from cancer. He is the founder of a computer software and provider corporation in Johannesburg, South Africa.