In the NEWS
The Liberty Lake Splash, for their annual issue focusing on cancer survivors, ran the following article in their July 19, 2012 issue on pages 16 & 17.
To celebrate my five-year milestone of becoming cancer-free, my husband Mark and I traveled to Australia and New Zealand. One of the gifts of a life-threatening illness is the reminder to live fully—no matter what. I’m thankful for the opportunity to cross off several items from my bucket list—swimming with the dolphins, riding a camel at sunrise at the base of Uluru and swinging on a zip line through the Daintree Rainforest.
Frankly, it’s taken several years of feeling cracked open to re-claim a deeper acceptance of all “that is.” At first, I felt overwhelmed by anguish as I tried to cope with the permanent side effects resulting from my cancer treatments. Despite my best efforts, I felt powerless to overcome my grief through willpower, knowledge or my current set of skills. Since then I’ve learned to process each loop of feelings and their underlying messages. As a result, I’ve shifted from surviving to expanding my capacity for thriving.
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