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Thoughts... while travelling my cancer journey

Nancy Gardiner

Thoughts... while travelling my cancer journey

by Nancy Gardiner

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  • 2 Currently reading

Published by author in Calgary .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Neoplasms - personal narrative,
  • Spiritual life - Anecdotes.

  • Edition Notes

    27

    ContributionsGardiner, Nancy
    The Physical Object
    Paginationunpaged
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21978798M

      Breast cancer is a life changing event; one you cannot anticipate or plan for and one in which you have no choice. How we deal with living with it differs from one person to another—this is my personal story. My journey began in when I was an apparently healthy mother with two children, just living a normal by: 6. “My first thoughts were, I had better get my will sorted out, then, I shan’t see my grandchildren grow up or get married and start their families, and then even worse, My wife may end up a widow. All this flashed through my mind in seconds but then I was faced with how to tell my wife I had cancer” – woodworm.

    Welcome to my website! This was original written as an extension so the book The Breast Cancer Journey: Stories of Hope with Action Items for Survival, a site designed to help those affected by breast cancer through your r you have been recently diagnosed, have been a survivor for many years, or have been a caretaker for someone with breast cancer, we all have something in common. by Keri Lehmann, Master Cancer Coach; Co-Founder of The Cancer Journey. When I finally made up my mind to go through with chemo and radiation, all I could think about was the finish line. Despite what I know, I harbored a fantasy that I would sail through treatment and go back to my .

      The trip was my first vacation since being diagnosed with Stage IV cancer in late Moreover, for the first time, the word “cancer” didn’t enter my thoughts with its usual frequency. Instead, I was able to relax and finally appreciate what people mean when they say “live in the moment.”.   H aving cancer makes you look closely at what you put in your body. Just a little over six years ago my breast cancer diagnosis started me on a clean eating journey. Once my treatment was over, my oncologist told me I had three jobs: Keep my weight at a healthy BMI. Exercise daily. Eat nutritionally. I’ve worked hard on doing all three.


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