I am a woman who forgets a lot. Every day I misplace keys, call one of my children by the wrong name (I’ve been known to throw in a dog’s… Read More
Betsy Hnath is a writer from the Washington, D.C. area whose work has appeared in The New York Times, Huffington Post, and The Manifest-Station. Recently her work has focused on her experiences as a cancer caregiver to her husband with stage IV metastatic melanoma, and as a patient herself with stage II breast cancer (all before age 40), while mothering her three children. She will never gripe about sunscreen or underwires again. You can follow her on Twitter at @betsandpieces.