Life after breast cancer is not a walk in the park. Long-term health considerations, anxiety, and just figuring out how to date and do all your “normal” activities again can present their challenges. We want to talk about them.
Body image concerns after breast cancer are normal. Body-changing surgery can certainly affect how one looks and feels. Cancer treatment is no friend to self esteem. Wanting or needing to feel “normal” again is a
Breast cancer and exercise, for healing? Exercise during the cancer treatment period reduces depression and fatigue. It may offer more benefits as well. Some researchers claim that physical activity, like aerobic exercise, offer more than a psychological
Unfortunately, as you have probably already faced and realized, there are no guarantees when we discuss breast cancer. Your breast surgeon will remove all visible and known cancerous tissue, but there are not tests to
Receiving a cancer diagnosis shakes you to the core and it may feel like you will never pick yourself back up. While it is very true that a battle with cancer will change your life forever,
As we are well into Breast Cancer Awareness Month, what better way to finish it off than to think of ways to work for change, both this month and beyond? Taking action can be a great outlet and
When Kate Pisano discovered she had breast cancer, she had many reasons to feel helpless. Not only did she now have a serious disease to contend with, she had also recently been through a painful