LOVE & INTIMACY (Aug/Sept '19) Print Copy

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LOVE & INTIMACY (Aug/Sept '19) Print Copy

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LOVE & INTIMACY, Vol 4, No 4.  Digital Release: Aug 1, 2019; First Mailing: Aug 7-14, 2019, 95 pages

Guest Editor: Janine Guglielmino, Living Beyond Breast Cancer

Cover model: Esther Carlos

Contents:

Intimacy: Before and After by Catherine Gigante-Brown | Riding Shotgun by Ann Camden | Ready for Love by Carrie Kreiswirth | What Goes Missing by Catherine Guthrie | Sweet Disposition a photo story by Esther Carlos | All the Stuff They Never Told Us a annonymous interview between husband and wife | Strange Bedfellows by Catherine Sumner | Broken Mirror a poem by Caroline D. Ethier | The Time Before Grief by Emily Garnett | Borrongonga by Ivania Romero | Choosing Fate by Kaposia Blackwell | Caregiver Perspective: The Chair by Shawna King-Lobmiller | In Sickness and in Health? words by Kim Maddi

PLUS: The Bonds That Make Us: Reader Stories | Finding Balance: Yoga | Getting to the Other Side, With Love & Gratitude: Nutrition | Dahl Fit For a Saint: Recipe |  Tell Your Story: Just Blogging Through

Additional Contributors: Irina Brooke, Liz Golia, Cat Levitt, Sheila McGlown, Johanna Tran, Dana Turczak, Ashley W., Starling Wickes, Marianne Cuozzo

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They say when a person gets cancer, their whole family and support network also gets cancer. Within this issue you’ll find many stories of cancer dropping like a bomb into the center of a relationship. My goal in putting together the issue was not only to represent as many different cancer experiences, as is my goal in every issue, but this time around I also aimed to spotlight as many different types of relationships and outcomes as possible. To this end, you’ll find within this issue weddings, divorces, dating... as well as marriages which are very much in the active stage of weathering the cancer landscape. And finally, you’ll also find some who discovered a love of self through it all: perhaps the most important relationship of all.

Many thanks to my guest editor, Janine Guglielmino from Living Beyond Breast Cancer for working with me on this issue. It was a pleasure having her share her own important story, the friend perspective in her Editor’s Note, as well as curate and edit the beautiful Your Stories segment, “The Bonds That Make Us.” Enjoy the issue. ~April