If you are a newly diagnosed survivor or metathriver, the holidays may be making you blue. Here are five things you can do to help you enjoy the season!
I find it unfair that the world only recognizes us as survivors upon completion of a treatment plan. We are survivors from the time we first hear the words “you have cancer”. I celebrate your status, from beginning to forever!
Following up on my live demo for all the beauties braving cancer, I’m sharing some golden rules to keep in mind when shopping for makeup and applying your new beauty products!
Cancer cut to the quick when my hair started to fall out. But I was reminded that beauty is not just what I am, but who I am. I am not my hair.
Cancer may affect your beauty routine or everyday appearance. But it can not, will not, and has not touched your beauty – just illuminated it. Pamper yourself and combat those changes in five easy steps.
The decision to work during breast cancer treatment is personal and complicated. As the CEO of your life, you have the right to fearlessly, and strategically pursue your dreams upon conquering this battle.
Breast cancer bulldozed my facade of confidence and perfection. In their place I learned new ways to cope, and emerged a warrior of mental wellness.
When we’re battling breast cancer, so many factors affect our close relationships. Sometimes epiphanies lead us to evaluate them. It can feel like a battleground of its own.