Fifty Shades Of Confusion

“Situation no win. Rush for a change of atmosphere. I can't go on, so I give in. Gotta get myself right outta here.” -Big Audio Dynamite, “Rush” When you first find that lump, dimple, or rash on your breast you know instantly that something is not quite right (I mean – come on, we’re all AWARE) and you know you need to get it checked out. What is your starting point? How to best begin the process? Do you see your primary care doctor? Do you see your gynecologist? What about a radiological center if you’ve had other mammograms – should that be your first stop? Do you have a breast surgeon that you have a history with; cyst removal, mastitis, breast reduction or enhancement? What about a local


“My lips are moving and the sound is coming out. The words are audible but I have my doubts that you realize what has been said. You look at me as if you're in a daze. It's like the feeling at the end of the page. When you realize you don't know what you just read.” - Missing Persons, "Words" Words are everywhere and are everything. It’s how we communicate through writing, speaking, singing, shouting or even silently mouthing (O.M.G. <eyeroll>). Words can be empowering or dehumanizing. They can be used to build someone up or tear someone down. Words are powerful and yet we toss them around casually as if innocuous. How often do we really think about the words we choose to use? After all, the

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