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A brave personal message from someone confronting cancer

Posted by Jonathan Chamberlain on September 30, 2013


This message was posted on my Facebook group Cancer Recovery by Sheryl Malin who is, along with her husband, battling a diagnosis of Cancer. Her site is http://www.thejourneytogoodhealth.com/

And what a wonderfully brave and heartfelt message it is:

HOPE

As I turn through the pages of my past year, I have gained spiritually as well as mentally and physically from the experiences of cancer. I have gained a lot of knowledge through incredible top rated people and through this sharing with others ; the hope and comfort it brought me.

Cancer can be controlled, but you need to treat it with respect. You need to know what you are dealing with and how to treat it daily. Its learning how to reorganize what’s important to our bodies and lives we lead. As I close the last chapter of this book, I will let you on a secret! Its your choice and you need to take control of the issue not leave it up to others to make the decisions for you. I started with a program that enhanced the quality of my life by first changing the way I ate and drank. I learned ways to meditate to release stress and made time to exercise. Its those important steps that maintain hope of never seeing cancer again.

We need to stand up to what is effecting us, the environment and face the final curtain by thinking out side the box and realizing what we are working with.

I will continue to manage my cancer and help any others that are going through it with the support of my heart. I am a survivor of knowledge and not of cancer. I will not let it control my body and mind. Individually we are a drop, but together we can create an ocean, lets start now ~ its your choice.

Courage is standing face to face with fear… and smiling at it!

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