Turning Point: Cancer surgery prompts her to put family first and work less
Regina Perry attracted attention when she rode her bike 12 miles to and from her chemotherapy sessions.
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Since: Jul 10
#1 Sep 29, 2013
Finding out cancer is in it's own way a wake-up call that one needs to spend more time with family. Part of that is being around for one's offspring to see them growing up.
It lets one know what one's priorities should be. First family, then friends, then job.
Too many parents thinking that by being nothing more than a paycheck is what their family wants from them. NOPE. Kids and the spouse in many cases would rather see the person being in their lives than at work. Being able to create new memories with that person.
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