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Barbara Tako

Barbara Tako is a breast cancer survivor (2010), melanoma survivor (2014) and author of Cancer Survivorship Coping Tools–We'll Get You Through This. She is a cancer coping advocate, speaker and published writer for television, radio and other venues across the country. She lives, survives, and thrives in Minnesota with her husband, children and dog. See more at www.cancersurvivorshipcopingtools.com,or www.clutterclearingchoices.com.
Barbara Tako
Why does shame seem to go along with a cancer diagnosis, and how can we help each other?
Barbara Tako
Sometimes worry is good. It keeps us alert and safe. Other times, we kick into worry overdrive and it is helpful to create a tool bag of ways to calm ourselves.
Barbara Tako
Breast cancer survivor facing her double mastectomy struggles with tears and hugs. 
Barbara Tako
Two-time cancer survivor works through her feelings as her double mastectomy approaches.
Barbara Tako
Breast cancer survivor with the recently discovered PALB2 genetic mutation discusses her upcoming prophylactic double mastectomy with reconstruction.
Barbara Tako
There are productive ways for cancer survivors to live with the ongoing fear of recurrence.
Barbara Tako
"I have grown as a person since becoming a cancer survivor," says breast cancer and melanoma survivor Barbara Tako.
Barbara Tako
When roles change over time, use your cancer super powers to help, says melanoma and breast cancer survivor Barbara Tako.
Barbara Tako
Breast cancer survivor says let's call a spade a spade: We are afraid our disease will kill us. But, there is help to manage that fear
Barbara Tako
Balancing grief and guilt can be tricky after the death of a loved one, says one cancer survivor.

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