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@nettyjennings_few_things this is a throwback just for you 😍

Last October I got these new positive pants 💪🏼 I was going through breast cancer treatment at the time and struggling with a nasty infection under my arm and had mastectomy on the horizon 😕 ok so they didn’t really give me special powers but they put my mind in the right place.
Whilst having cancer is shit, really fking shit, I have come out the other side a different person. I suppose some may say it was always in me just I didn’t realise until I needed to. But I am more positive about things in life, if something is negative or I feel down about something I try to find the positives. Because at the end of the day, life is too bloody short to waste on the negatives.
So Netty this post is for you my lovely and anyone else who is struggling now or in the future. Sit for a moment and think about the good things you have, the love of your family and friends, and feel the sun, rain or wind on your face and be positive 💖💖💖 .
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That’s my Sunday night waffle over with 😂
#sundaynight #wordsofwisdom #positivepants #positivethinking #positivity #whatcancertaughtme #breastcancersurvivor #strongwoman #superpants #wonderwoman #throwbacksunday

Everything happens for a reason and I have never been more in touch with my inner strength mentally, physically and spiritually since having been diagnosed with cancer.. It's a strength I never knew I had in me..that scary word "cancer"...it changed everything.. My view on life and my view of myself.. I'm learning to love myself and put my health first and now because of cancer I'm on a path to become the healthiest I've ever been..this past year was rough with so many unknowns.. looking back now I don't even know how I did it..and now after having my LAST surgery the hardest part for me is being patient with the healing process..I cannot wait to see my final results with breast reconstruction and finally move forward with my life...I heard that after the "worst" is over everything sort of catches up to you and that it's normal to experience a period of mourning..I think I'm at that point..while at that same time I'm looking forward to my future.. my "destiny"...😘❤💪 #breastcancersurvivor🎗 #fighter #foreverscarred #selflove❤ #foundmystrength #checkyourboobies #cancerismywindowtomydestiny #whatcancertaughtme #readyforthenextchapter📖

@kickcancerchick #whatcancertaughtme
I was diagnosed with breast cancer last August just before turning 44.
I am still in chemo therapy, but the tumor is no longer visible and I am seeing this as a huge chance! A chance to look after myself, to take a new look at life and to start following my heart! I am positive that I will rise out of this as a stronger and better person helping others on the way!
#fitterhealthierstronger #kickcancer #kickcancersass #cancersucks #cancersurvivor

@myelomamama #whatcancertaughtme
This is a picture of my family that was taken a year ago, the day before I was diagnosed with an incurable blood cancer that attacks your bone marrow called Multiple Myeloma. Of course this news was life changing for both me and my family.
I was thrust into a world that I was all to familiar with, being a therapist for the past 15 years. But I would now have my own personal journey with cancer and walk the path that I saw so many of my patients walk. I’ve experienced every emotion that comes along with a diagnosis like this. Anger, fear, sadness, determination and above all triumph. After 7 long months of treatment I’m still not cured, however despite the odds I am currently cancer free. I’ve learned so much from so many others as I’ve watched them triumph and conquer in their own battle. But personally I’ve learned that my love and faith in God and my love for others has helped me along the way and that it is still what motivates me today.

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This page and these stories are real. I find myself inspired daily . 👇 Follow
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@s_b_strong #whatcancertaughtme
My name is Sarah and at 23 years old my body started failing me in every way. After months of sickness, bruising, bone pain, weight loss, migraines, and barely enough energy to wake up each morning, I was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia.
I learned I was not alone.
My support system and the people who came to be on my team helped me win what seemed like a never-ending battle.
I learned what a true homeostatic state is in my body, and how to restore it when needed. I had to change the way I lived my life in every sense to soley focus on the fight for my health back.
I learned to rest, I learned to eat, I learned to fight through the days depression tried to tie me to my bed. But the most important thing I learned is how to be a friend. If not for my friends who would make hospital visits, bring me comfort food, help me with my makeup, or just give me a hug, I would not have been able to win my fight. Now I fight to be the best version of myself in my everyday life.
#fitterhealthierstronger #aml #cancersucks #cancersurvivor #cancerfree #fit #healthy #strong #fitnessaftercancer #inspiration

@myheartmoves #whatcancertaughtme
Hi, my name is Lisanne and seeing my dad go through (and pass away from) cancer I realized how little aftercare there really was. Cancer taught me how precious our life is and that no matter how long we have left, whether it's days, months or years.. we got to live if fully. From our heart, doing what WE truly want to do. Design and live our life on our terms, from whatever now-moment we have. Authentically, navigating through all the fears, bumps in the road and obstacles, but saying YES to life. all of it. Now I coach people through and after cancer to do this @myheartmoves, with which I'm running the #MyLifeprogram that is a unique online holistic coaching program of 4 months and empowers people in their life after cancer.
#fitterhealthierstronger

Life is about stepping outside your comfort zone every now and then.
Someone said to me today that they thought I stepped way out of my comfort zone last year, a lot! Funny but I never thought of my battle with cancer like that.
It was definitely a challenge and it definitely changed me.
For the better I feel. Stronger, wiser, positive and inspiring.
#whatcancertaughtme #comfortzone #breastcancersurvivor #challenge #strongwoman #thisgirlcan

#worldcancerday and I remember last year the whole #whatcancertaughtme was going around. That hashtag made me so angry. I was knee deep in #chemo and I couldn’t see any “lessons” worth learning. This year I understand that cancer taught me (and the dear @shop_hope25) to #punchfearintheface. So when you get the opportunity to look like you’re flying in the clouds, even if you’re thinking you can’t bear to look down, let the line go and fly friends. Step out of your comfort zone and high five your best friends afterwards. Even if you looked mighty silly in your tilted hard hat.

@s_b_strong #whatcancertaughtme
My name is Sarah and at 23 years old my body started failing me in every way. After months of sickness, bruising, bone pain, weight loss, migraines, and barely enough energy to wake up each morning, I was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia.
I learned I was not alone.
My support system and the people who came to be on my team helped me win what seemed like a never-ending battle.
I learned what a true homeostatic state is in my body, and how to restore it when needed. I had to change the way I lived my life in every sense to soley focus on the fight for my health back.
I learned to rest, I learned to eat, I learned to fight through the days depression tried to tie me to my bed. But the most important thing I learned is how to be a friend. If not for my friends who would make hospital visits, bring me comfort food, help me with my makeup, or just give me a hug, I would not have been able to win my fight. Now I fight to be the best version of myself in my everyday life.
#fitterhealthierstronger #aml #cancersucks #cancersurvivor #cancerfree #fit #healthy #strong #fitnessaftercancer #inspiration

Cancer means you have to fight, fight harder than you’ve ever done before. You find strength you didn’t know you even had 💪🏼 #Repost @fitter_healthier_stronger with @get_repost
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@fitnessfi #whatcancertaughtme
Cancer taught me that you should never underestimate yourself. I found strength that I didn’t even know I had. I learnt that for every negative there is a positive. And to take control of the things you can when cancer tries to take them away. I was probably at the most fittest, healthiest point in my life when I was diagnosed so I was determined to carry on as normal as much as I could.
My fitness helped me through the tough times and the times I felt like Cancer was taking control. I want to inspire others to know that you can get through this and positive thinking empowers you.
Kick cancers arse!!! #fitterhealthierstronger
#kickcancersarse

When we are no longer able to change a situation - we are challenged to change ourselves. Viktor E. Frankl
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A life threatening illness has a way of changing our perspective.  Or maybe of helping us to focus on a new perspective.  And that is one gift cancer offered me. I have pondered often about the purpose of pain. None of us are immune from experiencing it.  For me pain has brought humility that has allowed me to ponder and to accept.  It has taught me patience and gratitude. It has taught me to rely on hope, even if that hope is only that I would feel better one day. …
I remember some of my darkest days during chemo. I felt like an observer more than a participant in life.  I remember my youngest daughter saying to me after “Mom, I don’t know where you go during chemo but you are not really here.” I know what she meant because I was in a battle for my life.  Chemo takes you to the very brink of death so that you can be brought back to life. …
It is a very real struggle.  I had only the energy to focus on fighting that battle but I was able to see life moving around me and even that gave me hope and perspective that my struggle was temporary and I would be able to engage in life again.  Cancer took me to my lowest level but even that helped me to have a new perspective.  I was then able to answer the question “How do I want to rebuild my life?  What do I want my new life to look like?’ And the beauty is that my new life is full and I am grateful in it.

These pink boxing gloves hang in my office as a reminder to me that I can do hard things.  That I am stronger than I think I am and that life is a gift!  What reminds you of that for you?

One day.... no one will have to fight just to be alive..... 🎗
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Two years since Baldie went public..... Proudest Moment of being an egg! So in the forecast snow this Sunday is the @cr_uk Winter 10km Run.... my favourite run!! This weekend also marking a year since a good friend sadly lost his fight with this bastard disease 🎗
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Just over three weeks til mine and @anthonycolesphotography next marathon of the year all in aid of @wessexcancertrust . Please donate and help us reach our target..... -
https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/fundraiser-display/showROFundraiserPage?userUrl=wessex12in12&pageUrl=2
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@fitnessfi #whatcancertaughtme
Cancer taught me that you should never underestimate yourself. I found strength that I didn’t even know I had. I learnt that for every negative there is a positive. And to take control of the things you can when cancer tries to take them away. I was probably at the most fittest, healthiest point in my life when I was diagnosed so I was determined to carry on as normal as much as I could.
My fitness helped me through the tough times and the times I felt like Cancer was taking control. I want to inspire others to know that you can get through this and positive thinking empowers you.
Kick cancers arse!!! #fitterhealthierstronger
#kickcancersarse

@bodybyian #whatcancertaughtme
"Embrace the time you're here. Nobody wants to hear somebody having a pity party. Stand up and do something with yourself. Be a leader and not a follower." I was 31 when I was diagnosed with CTCL of August 2012. .... #fitterhealthierstronger

@survivingthebubble #whatcancertaughtme
Having Cancer as a child taught me to appreciate every single second. I learned to feel gratitude just for waking up in the
morning and taking that first beautiful breath. Cancer taught me to love fiercely and with everything I have. It also taught me
how to live. I was diagnosed with Acute Myelocytic Leukemia when I was 10 years old in 1988. I had my last chemotherapy treatment
in February of 1989.
#fitterhealthierstronger

@karlishrubsall #whatcancertaughtme
Hi, my names Karli Shrubsall. I was 19 years old when I was diagnosed with stage 3, Nodular sclerosis Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. At 20 years old I completed 12 intense rounds of ABVD Chemotherapy.
What cancer taught me was that there is more to this life than the small stuff we tend to worry about. Who cares if you’re having a bad hair day, let it go.

Maybe you’re worried if people will like you or not. Just be you, and do what makes YOU happy. Going through my cancer journey at such a young age was the best thing that could have happened.
I am now in 2 years remission and in the process of inventing the best version of myself possible.

#fitterhealthierstronger

@luc_mariex #whatcancertaughtme

Hi my name is Lucy and I was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer at the age of 28.
I finished all my treatment 7 months ago which included 6 months of chemotherapy, mastectomy of my left breast and radiotherapy.
Cancer has taught me to appreciate everyday I get with my daughter, husband, friends and family. Life is too short to waste.

#fitterhealthierstronger

What an incredible year. Two years now of fighting cancer with the pedals of my bike. What a jurney from the bottom to a top I never imagined to get to. With chemotherapy the doctors told me that riding a bike seriously wouldn't be possible anymore. I stopped chemo later and changed my diet to plantbased and started punching the pedals. Now I can say that I am stronger and healthier than I ever have been.
To everybody who shares a similar fait:

Every suffering contains the opportunity to turn it into something great and beautiful. Don't be afraid to follow your heart!

Que ano incrível! Depois de dois anos de luta contra o câncer com os pedais da minha bike.
Que jornada de baixo pra um topo que nunca imaginaria chegar.
Fazendo químioterapia, os médicos me falaram que pedalar seriamente não seria mais possível. Depois parei com a quimioterapia e mudei a minha dieta baseada de plantas e comecei de girar os pedais.
Agora posso dizer que sou mais forte e saudável que jamais estava.

Para cada um que tem um destino parecido:

Todo sofrimento contém a oportunidade de se tornar numa coisa boa e bonita.
Não esteja com medo de seguir o seu coração!

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