Surviving cancer is hard for everyone but men have the added difficulty in being men of a society and culture with a view of what a man is suppose to be. To step outside of those cultural confines or show any weakness is perhaps why many men will simply suffer in silence and endure the pain to the very end and miss the opportunity to heal and share what they are going through.

Reel Recovery does what few other programs can do by bringing together men who are living with cancer to share and support one another through this terrible disease. I am so blessed to be part of this wonderful program for the third time again this spring as a fishing buddy where the many years tossing fur and feathers has finally paid off!

http://reelrecovery.org/

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