If you have been diagnosed with breast cancer, you might have a fear of the word cancer and if it will change who you are. The questions that ran through my mind on the day I was diagnosed with stage three Breast Cancer were scary and were nothing but what I call “Fear Moments”.
“Fear moments” can grab you and take hold of you and bring you in a place of darkness and despair.
Going through Chemo treatments, surgeries, doctor appointments, radiation treatments and more exhausted me! Not to mention taking care of my beautiful children and trying to put on a happy face so they would not see me in pain.
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Cancer does change you but we have the choice to get better or grow bitter. I made choice to move forward or I could have layed down and died.
Cancer can make you a stronger, sensitive, giving, appreciative, loving, and fearless person. You can have those “Fear Moments” but release them and move on. Find your divine purpose and what you are going to do with your life. I never thought I would ever say this, but cancer changed me for the good. I am blessed for so many reasons and so are you… let’s count our blessings together.