Finding your voice - or becoming an advocate for yourself - is an important step in cancer recovery for your mind, body and soul.

But, don’t be too hard on yourself if you are not there yet, or you are not sure where to start. You can’t expect to be an expert in something you’ve never experienced. 

Everyone experiences cancer in a different way. Having resources available to you for support, education – and eventually, empowerment – are so important. In this section, we’ve put together a collection of articles to help you along your journey.

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Nichole O.

How to Identify What You Need

So now, instead of pushing to get back to normal, I try and take a few minutes at some point during the day to recognize how I’m feeling, acknowledge it and either address it or let it go. Sometimes simply recognizing your feelings is enough - at least for now.


Ashley B.

I Was Not Going to Let a Disease Take My Power Away

Sharing my personal story creates so much awareness, support, and love. We all live on Mother Earth. We all deserve to have power over our bodies, our choices, and our lives. Love your body. Love yourself. Be aware, feel the power, and bring light and love with it.


Lula C.

Life is Beautiful and It Takes Just a Second to Change Everything

I do a lot to help people who are on this beautiful road of evolution. I am a speaker and talk about my experience and everything I’ve learned. I teach how to really live, and the key to being happy in life is to care, to have tolerance and acceptance. My life now is better and I live it, one minute at a time. Because I now have another opportunity to do it, just for me.


Nichole O.

How to Identify What You Need

So now, instead of pushing to get back to normal, I try and take a few minutes at some point during the day to recognize how I’m feeling, acknowledge it and either address it or let it go. Sometimes simply recognizing your feelings is enough - at least for now.