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October has been Breast Cancer Awareness month and so much of our awareness is centered on pink, the disease and finding a cure. Here is another look, not at the disease, but at our humanness, life and lessons we learn through the lens of friendship. Good friends make up the scaffolding that supports us, and connects us throughout our lives.
Our healthcare system is set up to treat cancer, but not to help reintroduce patients back into their normal and new lives. Here, Barbara C. Unell, founder of Back in the Swing shares how she made the transition and how she’s helping other cancer survivors do the same.
Cancer is one son-of-a-bitch bully. I don’t ABHOR much in this world. But, I ABHOR Cancer. It is cruel and unforgiving. And, it steals lives from those like my friend, Anna, who have impacted many with their generosity, brilliance, strength, courage, and ferocity. R.I.P. Anna and Steve Jobs, along with all of the other wonderful game changers who’ve passed.
It’s October, Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and each Tuesday, we’ll feature a guest blog from a survivor. Today’s post is by Tari Prinster: a ten-year cancer survivor and yoga teacher. Through yoga, she found a way to reduce the side effects of cancer treatments, feel younger, stay healthy, and provide herself with the emotional guidance needed to make life’s daily challenges a little easier.