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May 31, 2021

What purpose does Rhonda’s impending death have?  What is the best ‘value’ to put on death?  This episode we also find out why Rhonda hates the fact people will say, ‘At least she is not in pain anymore’, after she dies.  And why the phrase, ‘life goes on’, hurts so much.  Plus, preparation to tell...

May 24, 2021

After around 2 months in hospital - Rhonda manages to get home for just one week before she is given the news that she now only has weeks to live.

With her liver moving into critical condition, this episode covers the family’s reaction to the news that time has suddenly got very short.  How does that make them feel...

May 17, 2021

How does going through cancer change your identity? How does it change you as the person? How about other family members? 

Is there a better way to understand our identity and how we process?  And what does it mean to be a third child in regards to identity when dealing with life & death.

In this episode, Rhonda and...

May 10, 2021

Why is processing cancer (or anything difficult) so hard? Why do we resist processing the big things in life straight away? 

Rhonda and Clayton explore their tentativeness to process the incurable cancer diagnosis and why.  What stage of ‘grief’ are they in? 

They also talk about living with the decision of...

May 3, 2021

Could there be a worse word than cancer or incurable?

We discover the word that Rhonda hates in the midst of incurable cancer. 

Hear from her about making the most of each moment despite her diagnosis.  And this episode helps us understand who Rhonda is … things like family, faith, connecting to people, her...