This holiday season, I have learned how to be thankful for my spouse. (And trust me - there was a time when I was a pretty lousy wife.)
I've been focusing on ways to improve my marriage, strengthen our bond, and make sure my husband knows that I appreciate his efforts.
Changing my thinking and focusing on the positive aspects of marriage has helped me to cultivate a new attitude of gratitude - and it looks like I may have one more very important reason to be thankful for my marriage.
Marriage just might be one of the keys to beating cancer.
In an article for the Journal of Clinical Oncology earlier this month titled, "Marriage as Protective as Chemotherapy in Cancer Care," Dr. David W. Kissane explained just how important that lifelong bond can be for patients facing the cancer diagnosis.
The article cited "noteworthy findings…which suggest that being single, separated, divorced, or widowed significantly increases theRead More »from Why Marriage Might Be the Key to Beating Cancer