Laughter with Cancer
May 26, 2017 06:38:37

When I was diagnosed with cancer, I was forced to see I have zero control of life and total control of my life.

In that darkness, I get to find the key to inner peace : we are the only one who can control how we feel and define what it means to us.

Today, is a reminder to use this power.

Be the master of your inner peace and the outer chaos cannot harm you.

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Laughter with Cancer
May 25, 2017 22:46:23

When Amy Green’s young son was diagnosed with a rare brain tumor, she made up a bedtime story for his siblings to teach them about cancer.

What resulted was a video game, “That Dragon, Cancer,” which takes players on a journey they can’t win. In this beautiful talk about coping with loss, Green brings joy and play to tragedy.

“We made a game that’s hard to play,” she says, “because the hardest moments of our lives change us more than any goal we could ever accomplish.”

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Laughter with Cancer
May 25, 2017 07:53:41

D710: WORDS OF COMFORT FOR THOSE DIAGNOSED WITH CANCER

Today is a special day for me.

Two years ago, I was diagnosed with Ewing Sarcoma.

A lengthy reflection to lift your spirits.

Cancer can be a curse or a blessing.
The good news is it is up to us to choose it.

Sending you my love and hugs.

Pass this on. Share the love.

25.05.17

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Laughter with Cancer
May 24, 2017 23:43:12

‘I’m ninety years old. I’m hitting the road!’

I wish I could see the face of her oncologist when Miss Norma replied to her cancer diagnosis and chose to hit the road than choosing the options of surgery, chemo, and radiotherapy.

If I were in her shoes, I would do exactly the same thing.

Her book is now out!

Driving Miss Norma is the story of her inspirational road trip across the US in a thirty-six-foot motorhome with her son, Tim, his wife, Ramie and their Poodle, Ringo – showing us that it’s never too late to begin an adventure, inspire hope or become a trailblazer.

https://goo.gl/bMnQ2L

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Laughter with Cancer
May 24, 2017 12:41:45

D709: CANCER WON’T STOP US SMILING

Because cancer should not define us.

Blessings to you Ruth Smith 🙂

24.05.17

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Laughter with Cancer
May 24, 2017 12:17:18

Sharing this laughter.

This is what happened when a dietitian make a joke. Haha well done Lauren Atkins.

See if you get it. Check answer in comment.

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Laughter with Cancer
May 24, 2017 00:50:52

I am a big advocate for exercise.

Did you know that The Cancer Council runs a free program called Healthy Living After Cancer where people who have the disease can access up to 12 over-the-phone coaching consultations with trained health professionals.

Professor Cormie recommends that to achieve significant benefits cancer patients should work towards 150 minutes moderate intensity aerobic exercise – for example a 30-minute brisk walk, 5 days per week – and two to three moderate intensity resistance training efforts (lifting weights) each week.

Read more at http://www.9news.com.au/health/2017/05/23/12/32/exercise-link-to-cancer-survival#xdtAOCLxEw33HMGO.99
http://www.9news.com.au/health/2017/05/23/12/32/exercise-link-to-cancer-survival

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