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I get asked often “what keeps you going? how do you stay so positive? how do you not have grim thoughts?” Well the truth is, I’m not always positive and I do have grim thoughts but this, this right here is what keeps me going 💖💖💖 #breastcancerawareness #breastcancer #breastcancerawarenessmonth #breastcancersurvivor #breastcancerawarness #breastcancerwalk #breastcancermonth #breastcancersucks #breastcancerresearch #breastcancerfighter

God Loves You!

In the stillness of your thoughts, let this spiritual reminder bring solace and assurance, that you can put your trust in Him. ~Jacqueline D. French "...He will neither fail you nor abandon you." Deuteronomy 31:6 (NLT)

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It was a very fun filled weekend!🎉 Saturday evening, my good friend and queen coach, Jeanne and I attended Pretty in Pink Prom; a fundraiser for NorCal Think Pink year round educational programs! We attended with some of the Redding Chicks n Chaps group and boy was it a blast! I will definitely be returning next year! It is a great event for a GREAT cause!💕 Then today I was fortunate enough to be able to attend and help out at the Miss Cottonwood Rodeo Queen Clinic with Jeanne! The girls toughed it out in the pouring rain for the Horsemanship portion. Afterwards, the girls were able to get out of the rain for the makeup/hair/modeling portion! Thank you to Pam, Sydnee (2017 Miss Cottonwood Rodeo), and both contestants for having both Jeanne and I! We had a blast!😊👑 #breastcancerawareness #breastcancer #breastcancerawarenessmonth #breastcancersurvivor #breastcancerawarness #breastcancerwalk #breastcancermonth #breastcancersucks #breastcancerresearch #breastcancerfighter

Second stage breast cancer and me? I never expected it. I was only 49 this January when I was detected. I was shocked because Im the kind of person who always took care of my health, whether it was eating healthy food, exercising or doing yoga. After receiving this news I shifted to my nephews house in Bombay for treatment. My daughter’s here, taking care of me through the treatment but I miss my husband and the rest of my family back in Amritsar. A few weeks ago, my doctor allowed me to travel back to Amritsar for a few days to stay with my husband…and I can’t express how happy I felt to just be back home with him.” “What has this experience taught you?” “I’ve stopped looking at Cancer as a disease — believe it or not, it’s been more of a blessing. It made me realise so many things I would have never learnt otherwise. Yes, in the beginning it was hard to digest and I did break down two or three times but the beauty of this journey unfolded itself to me when I started accepting and gladly accepting. Instead of wasting my energy on fighting it, I’ve embraced it and summoned the strength to recover. Cancer has taught me to accept, not just myself but others around me. I’ve let go of any grudges I’ve ever held, let go of any form of judgement. Everyone is fighting some battle or the other — cancer has taught me to respect the struggle of everyone around me and treat them with kindness.
More than anything, cancer has taught me to live. To understand that life is a celebration and that every day wasted complaining about trivial things, is a day less of feeling blessed to just be alive.” - - -
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Mastectomy swimwear designer Clover Lewis says: “When I was going through breast cancer treatment, I felt very disempowered - I lost my identity and my inner strength. Breast cancer affected my hair, my breasts, and my life. I was not happy about the way my body looked, even after I’d fought for my own life, I lived with fears – of gaining weight, mourning the loss of my breast, mourning the loss of my clothes I could no longer wear."⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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New figures from Breast Cancer Now, from a YouGov survey of 800 women who have had a breast cancer diagnosis, show that 37% of women with breast cancer experienced a loss of identity after being told they have the disease. Of those 37%, more than a quarter (27%) revealed that how they dressed played a part in helping them to get back their sense of identity.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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Clover says: “After two years of suffering I decided to do something – I booked myself in for a colour and style consultation, and in four hours I changed the way I saw my body. In a few short hours, the stylist refreshed my wardrobe and suggested new colours and clothes to suit my shape. Fashion helped me to step out of my house, and start up conversations with people around how well I looked, and helped me to experience confidence again.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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“I would urge everyone to support @fashiontargetsbreastcancer this April. As a woman who has been affected by breast cancer, and for those who want to support the cause, use fashion as a tool to save lives, and raise money for Breast Cancer Now’s vital research.”⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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