When I was diagnosed with Stage II Invasive Breast Cancer in March 2012, I didn’t get mad.  I didn’t even get mad when I found out I had to have a double mastectomy, chemo and radiation.  Now, to be honest when I found that information...

Small town Ohio, March of 1987, married with two sons and working as an elementary school counselor. I felt the lump as I showered.  Mastectomy and 7 mo. of chemotherapy.   --tried desperately to keep working but lacked physical strength and stamina. Chemo had messed with...

"Life is the journey", cancer is a bump in the road of life. Cancer does not discriminate against us nor define us, it is a part of us. We are "Turtle Angels", slow and steady. My husband and I have two boys with Hemophilia, a...

I was diagnosed with Stage IIIB (E,P, Her2 +) breast cancer at 38 years old. With three children ages, 4, 7, and 9, my prognosis was only a 34% of surviving 7 years. With such an aggressive cancer, I wanted to focus on my health...

Breast cancer taught me that I wasn't powerless and there were ways I could empower myself to make a difference in my own healing experience. It taught me get clear within myself what my priorities were and to make decisions that aligned with my top...

My husband & I had been married for 4 years, and were relishing being new parents. Our son, who was perfect in every way, was just 9 months old. We thought we had our whole lives in front of us. Then came the diagnosis: Breast...

You’re asking yourself how can it be a gift? Being diagnosed with this sometimes deadley disease became my gift for me, my family, my friends and everyone else that was with me along my journey. Let’s go back to the summer of 2010. This was the...

Walking through cancer is tough. Linda knows…she was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2006. But through that journey God has given her a new passion for encouraging women to walk their difficult roads with faith and joy. She understands that painful circumstances can challenge one's...

My name is Jacqueline Cain and I am a truly living ‘My 2nd Act”.   I was diagnosed with Breast Cancer on my 48th Birthday after working hard for 10 months to get diagnosed. I had very “Dense” breast tissue, therefore, making it harder to get...