This week's episode is certainly for those who go through cancer, but it's uniquely relevant to all the family members and caregivers of someone walking through cancer. We know forgiveness is healing. However, newer research
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Kim Fredrickson is a compassionate person. Every word of this interview whispers the same mantra: "Be kind to yourself. Be a friend to yourself." During Kim's years as a marriage and family therapist, she taught
Cancer doesn't end just because you've rung the bell. Maybe after cancer treatment ends, you find yourself asking, "Why do I still feel so terrible?" Apart from being an APRN and a Certified Functional Medicine
Breast cancer can dig up even old middle school insecurities about your body. Once diagnosed, breast cancer body image issues may sprout up overnight. That’s why we’re welcoming back Cathy Leman. You may remember
After a shocking breast cancer diagnosis, a young Heidi Kelly turned to sewing to process things. Designing handbags became a sort of art therapy for cancer. What Heidi didn't realize is that she had just
Diagnosed with breast cancer at 36, Gigi Pandian did not just sit back and focus on recovery (a valid choice that nobody would have judged). Instead, she chose her treatment time as her chance to
Rebecca Pine was a young mom, just weaning her beautiful daughter, when she made the choice for a prophylactic mastectomy without reconstruction. It was a bold decision, but for Rebecca it was an empowering decision.
When facing breast cancer, you need support--not more negativity. So what do you do when you're dealing with negative people during breast cancer? Negativity is an unfortunate fact of life when you're going through treatment for
Because we seek to empower women to make informed choices after breast cancer, we're very interested in how women come to their decisions. That's what makes this conversation with Tina Ruark-Baker so inspiring! Tina