Episode 75: Health Awareness Month, EVERY Month

You might be surprised to know that I’m not a fan of Breast Cancer Awareness Month (although I do appreciate the support!), but, I am an advocate for being health aware EVERY month, and I’m passionate about empowering people on their cancer journeys.

Tune in to this episode to hear why it’s so important to shine a light on the challenges cancer survivors face in order to be more open to understanding & improving their quality of life—especially as the number of people in survivorship continues to grow.

I’m exploring:

  • What doctors still need to do to meet the needs of people in survivorship
  • Normalizing the light and dark parts of cancer and survivorship
  • A BIG unspoken cancer truth about healing & recovery time
  • How your positivity might be negatively affecting someone else
  • Why planning for end-of-life is NOT giving up (and why we need to destigmatize it!)
  • And so much more!

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