Hey Suzi - thanks so much for your kind words.
I think it is really easy to let cancer's relentless attack grind you down - and when it's happening, it's like depression, it's hard to see the way out, hard to see any light.
But push through, 100% it can and does get better. Congratulations on beating cancer, I hope your recovery phase is shorter and better/less work than mine has been 🙂
Hey Hey - I just wanted to share this story done by Channel 10's "The Project", I thought that people struggling with cancer might find it a source of hope. (Plus I just think it's weird, funny, defies expectations and norms, and in that - it kinda defies cancer: https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=283341400051472)
Youre very welcome.
I completed my walk - it took 84 days, and in the first grueling weeks, I was able to process a lot of grief, fear, pain - even from before cancer - and leave it on the beach. I now don't think about cancer much at all, at least as it relates to me - although I did meet a bunch of people on the road impacted by the disease.
A broken life CAN be fixed.
And we, none of us, know how long we have left, or what lies ahead - whether you have cancer or not, life is full of potential and should therefore always contain an element of hope.
I lost mine - but I won it back.
You can too.
The reunion with my family on the 84th day was a sublime moment, something I'll carry with me for the rest of my days. If cancer had it's way, I'd have been dead in early 2017.
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