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No matter where you are in your cancer experience, if who you know yourself to be and love is alive and present, then you too are a survivor.
This afternoon, as I prayed for healing – for my body to heal fully and completely – I began to cry. And quickly my praying led to begging. It totally caught me by surprise. I got so scared that this cancer is not going to slow down.
Fear has continued to show up throughout this whole experience. I express it and share it – whatever feels right – so it doesn’t just sit inside me. But lately,…Read more… Read more member experiences…
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