March 22, 2018

Saying Farewell

Sexy After Cancer, Sexy Saturdays, Cancer and Sex, Pleasure and Intimacy

Barbara Musser, Sexy After Cancer, Cancer and Sex, Breast Cancer, Emotional and Spiirtual Healing After Breast Cancer, Cancer and Hope, Nature cancer and sensuality, love and sex and cancer

My Dear Ones,

The past few years have brought many changes and surprises to my world. That seems to be true for so many people I talk with – the roller coaster of life has been like Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride. Good friends, meaningful work, fine health, all infused with a lot of love and laughter, have been my treasures.

For several years I’ve been contemplating how to navigate Sexy After Cancer. It’s been a crucible for growth and evolution and I’ve achieved many milestones including writing a book, speaking at many national cancer conferences, teaching at nursing schools and grand rounds, creating cool programs and working individually with extraordinary people. Challenges and joy have come along with grief, loss and sadness. It’s been full-on and I’ve grown in ways I never imagined. And the people I’ve met have inspired me in so many ways. Lucky me!

In my meditations, writing and prayers for guidance I’ve gotten some clarity. It’s time for Act Three in my life. At least, that’s assuming there’s a third of life to live! I don’t yet know how it will unfold. What I do know is that it requires freedom and space. I’m following divine guidance to clear the decks in my life and that means wrapping up Sexy After Cancer. It’s exhilarating and scary and it’s what’s next.

In the next few weeks will disappear. The Sexy After Cancer Facebook page will be retired along with that Twitter handle. I’ll have less screen time and cyber stimulation and more time for meditation, bike riding and walks in beautiful places. I’m open for life to unfold in all the wondrous and mysterious ways it does.

Thank you for all the ways you have inspired me, allowed me to serve you, challenged me and loved and supported me. I’m grateful and love you all!

© 2017 Barbara Musser, all rights reserved.


  1. Knowing when to move on takes self-awareness; moving on takes more than a little courage. Bless you for the work you’ve done; namasté for journey ahead.

  2. Many blessings from my heart to yours for the next chapter of your beautiful life. Life itself is the adventure, and we don’t know for sure where it will lead us.

  3. Congratulations on bringing this vision to life and now turning your attention in other directions. I love the way you trust your knowing of where to focus and when to move.

  4. Wow, so many emotions and feelings in reading about this passage and change! Your powerful vision and contribution to so many will be missed. The ripples that impacted those on the cancer journey have been profound! Wishing you well on how the next “third” evolves!! Much love ❤️

  5. Thanks Barbara for all your excellent work! I know you helped a lot of people and I wish you the best for Act III!

  6. Jonathan Prusky says:

    Congratulations Barbara on all yo have accomplished and the courage to know when to challenge yourself on proactively choosing when to move on.

    I do have one recommendation/request. That is, you leave your work on the net for the benefit of others. All you have to do is maintain the web presence (domain) and nothing more. In return, you will be sharing your gifts with even more people and making that much more of an impact on the world with virtually no effort. You can move on to Chapter 3, while another generation can benefit from Chapter 2. Please at least consider it,as you have done such fine work here.

    • Thanks, Jonathan, for your kind words. I’ll consider your suggestion. Can you let me know if there’s an easy way to do this that will not require maintenqnce on my part?

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