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Dana Stewart

Dana Stewart was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2010 at the age of 32. She is the co-founder of a cancer survivorship organization called The Dragonfly Angel Society. She volunteers as an advocate and mentor, focusing on young adults surviving cancer. She enjoys writing about life as a cancer survivor, as well as connecting survivors to the resources, inspirations and stories that have helped her continue to live her best life, available at www.dragonflyangelsociety.com.
Dana Stewart
The label of being a cancer survivor can be simple, but underneath it can mean something so different to each person. Only you can choose what the idea of survivorship means to your journey.
Dana Stewart
Rebuilding your life after a kick in the gut is all about your mindset. 
Dana Stewart
A cancer diagnosis can take so much from a person. Perhaps it can give a little something too. Cancer can open up our eyes to finding the time we never knew we had to do the things we always wanted to do.
Dana Stewart
Is it possible to be addicted to the anxiety cancer brings? I have been living with that addiction for years but have three ways to combat an anxiety addiction.
Dana Stewart
When you are lost you ask, "Where am I?" When you go through cancer, it is hard to find where you are. In the map of life, why not find yourself where you are in this very moment? You are here.
Dana Stewart
A diagnosis of cancer is completely overwhelming and something most of us are not prepared for. It may be easy to think about giving up before treatment starts. Instead, here are five things that helped me push through.
Dana Stewart
The cancer journey can take you on a jagged road with too many twists and turns. It doesn't always have to be an emotional rollercoaster if you know how to walk it.
Dana Stewart
Everyone will go through a tough time or a trauma in their life. You need a go-to list of items you can latch onto to help you through it.
Dana Stewart
How can we finally rid ourselves of the emotional baggage that fear brings us and free up our minds to think about the good stuff?
Dana Stewart
I have gotten exceptionally good at worrying about things that never end up happening. I'd say I am failing at worry.
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