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Wrapped in Hope: Leslie's Testimony

Leslie Carter was diagnosed with breast cancer July 11, 2013 after she found a lump herself while in the shower. Instead of letting her diagnosis get the best of her, Leslie used this difficult situation as a platform to help others. 478 more words

Wrapped in Hope: Elizabeth's Testimony

For the last seven years, Wrapsody has celebrated Breast Cancer Awareness Month with a fundraiser and celebration.  This year the event has evolved into Wrapped in Hope… 679 more words

My Sex Experience​ After Breast Cancer

I guess you can say I’m jumping right in considering this is only my second blog post but hey,there are things the people need to know.   1,261 more words

Life After Breast Cancer

Growing up in the pink

Today is my baby’s 11th birthday. He was 2 when I was first diagnosed with breast cancer and was still in diapers. This means for 9 years I’ve been looking at him and bursting into tears, thinking that I won’t live to see him grow up. 487 more words

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Once a fighter, always a fighter

Wow! I really can’t believe I will be celebrating 7 years of survivorship this coming October.  Sometimes it scares me to think I have been this long with no reoccurrences.   418 more words

Life After Breast Cancer

Confessions of a Single Mom With Cancer Entry #21

I’m going to get right to this one.

#21. I don’t want your pity.

One thing I noticed during cancer is that people genuinely felt bad for me. 828 more words

Blessings in the Storm: 365 Days

A year ago today, I felt like a rug had been violently pulled from under my feet when I heard my doctor’s words: “unfortunately, it’s cancer.”  In that moment, I felt powerless, utterly scared, and devastated.   1,304 more words

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