Girl House by Tracey Treat

Girl House by Tracey Treat

Three women reached out to me recently, each with a different inquiry, but all with something in common – Breast Cancer. One woman, three days away from a double mastectomy. Another, decided on radical surgery because she has the BRCA gene. And yet another,...
Be Brave. by Tracey Treat

Be Brave. by Tracey Treat

“I am brave” should be the mantra of every single human on the planet for this past year! I was not sure I had something more to say about cancer, as I felt I had shared my story. However, the end of 2020 came quickly and as an epic year not to be forgotten. Then as...
Kamikaze Kelsey by Tracey Treat

Kamikaze Kelsey by Tracey Treat

What is your “happily ever after?” Is there even such a thing? I have been pondering this question a lot lately. Coincidentally, I came across a podcast recently called “The Happiness Lab” and was listening to an episode with Professor Daniel Gilbert the other day....
8,7,6,5,4,3, #2 cry, 1!

8,7,6,5,4,3, #2 cry, 1!

by Tracey Treat I received the call on January 30th. “You have breast cancer”. I immediately thought, this is not my first rodeo, I can do this. One lump, no sweat. I made my first calls and surprisingly, I was calm, calmer actually than the people I was telling. The...
#1 Rockstar by Tracey Treat

#1 Rockstar by Tracey Treat

The Definition of a “Rockstar” It was May of 1983. I was in 10th grade at Marple Newtown High School in Newtown Square, PA. I thought the world was literally going to end if I did not get to the Tower Theater in Upper Darby to see a new band called U2. It was a...