Kelly Corrigan - Quotes

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Cancer is a growth hormone for empathy, and empathy makes us useful to each other in ways we were not, could not have been, before. ---->>>

I am an average mother in almost every way, so yes, much to my regret, I do yell at my children. ---->>>

I moved from Philadelphia to California when I was 25, after traveling abroad for a year. I thought I'd come home eventually and settle down, but I didn't. ---->>>

The truth is, I'd like to be closer to my kids. I'd like to share more with them. But that's not what this time in their lives is about. This is their time to separate, to self-direct, to become independent. ---->>>

It's clear to you immediately that you can have anything you want when you have cancer. ---->>>

Shortly before I turned 37 and my older daughter turned 3, I was diagnosed with breast cancer: stage III of IV. ---->>>

Growing up, I saw my mother cry exactly once. The morning of her brother's funeral. One long tear ran down her cheek through her make up until she caught it near her mouth and patted it dry with a tissue she pulled from inside her sleeve. ---->>>

I almost threw up the first time I set foot inside the University of California, San Francisco's Comprehensive Care Center and joined the stream of thin, slow-moving, low-voiced, gray-skinned people. I didn't want to be one of the pitied, the struck-down. ---->>>

Moms in fiction and memoir get a bad rap. ---->>>

It's funny, I'd rather be known as a writer who crafted a really nice piece about women's friendships over time. But that doesn't roll off the tongue like 'YouTube sensation.' ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: 08-16, 1967
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Occupation: Writer
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Kelly Corrigan (born August 16, 1967) is an American writer. She is a graduate of The University of Richmond and received a Masters in Literature from San Francisco State University. She is also the host of Foreword, a series where top notch thinkers take on big time ideas. Season One guests include Margaret Atwood, Walter Isaacson, BJ Novak, Jason Segel and John Cleese.(wikipedia)