I don’t know if you ever venture over to my other blog – SinceDay3.com – but I focus on Cannabis over there. I have a couple of new pieces that you may like to check out: Cannabis and Fitness Recovery Breast Cancer & Cannabinoids I invite you to click the links and give them aContinue reading “Check out my latest on SINCEDAY3.com”
Hey! I’m in a book!
It was an honor to get to share my story with Cynthia Dougherty, Ph.D, for her book Cannabis Conversations – Available now on Amazon!
I live with Chemo Induced Peripheral Neuropathy – a condition that causes me to have a great amount of difficulty enjoying quality of life. Thankfully, I have found that I benefit from what CBD does for my body.
I often get asked about what “exactly” I do for a living as I seem to dabble in many genres at once.
Well, that’s a story…
I came to know cannabis-based products later in life.
Compared to those other folks that I’ve had the chance to meet in these last few years, I don’t have the same level of personal experience that many of my counterparts often do. For me, it would be thanks to a gnarly bout of breast cancer at 38 years old that I began to even consider the concept of cannabis. Out of necessity, I was able to get over my repeated GEN X childhood stigmas, and prohibition-era rhetoric, and get over them quickly.
Stephanie Johnson was 38 when she was diagnosed with stage 3 triple negative breast cancer in September 2011. After learning that she had the BRCA1 gene mutation, which can greatly increase your risk of getting breast and ovarian cancers, Johnson had chemotherapy followed by a double mastectomy and oophorectomy (removal of her ovaries).