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Empowerment through Community

life-changing. Meeting other women with breast cancer helped me realize that my feelings are valid and that I am stronger than I know.  support and empowerment when overcoming a breast cancer , or thriving through it A sense of community can help women combat feelings of isolation and despair. Creating connections with others who share similar experiences can provide emotional support and a sense of belonging. you never know , cancer can  bring out the worst in us YES I KNOW FOR FUCKING SURE!!!!!  But why let CANCER be so bad ? Why? Why not let your story your cancer journey , be a joyous one ?
Yea it was hard, I Mean damn it is hard but shit if I didn't have cancer I wouldn't have relationships I have now I wouldn't have met the amazing women I know and love now. so thank you cancer you gave me a new life a new path that I am grateful for. I shared things , they shared things , things that will forever be in that cabin when they said it stays here WE meant it !! for ever this ladies that weekend we spent together laughing and crying 😂 sharing , taking pictures, doing homework (Emma)😂😂😂😂. thank you for the memories thank you for reminding me that im alive !! That Cancer has its shits , but those shits had nothing on us , Cancer put us

together an bonded us for life.


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