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Debbie Woodbury

A seven-year breast cancer survivor, Debbie Woodbury writes and speaks about the emotional fallout of living with cancer. Her books, You Can Thrive After Treatment and How to Build an Amazing Life After Treatment (Amazon), share simple secrets to creating inspired healing, wellness and live out loud joy beyond cancer. Debbie blogs at WhereWeGoNow.com and you can find her writing at Positively Positive and the Huffington Post.
Debbie Woodbury
Like in life, the only constant in cancer is change. Fighting it just adds to the misery.
Debbie Woodbury
Cancer hit me with guilt the moment it came into my life. Even now, six years later, it's still part of my cancer experience.
Sharing your pain is scary, but leaning in to therapy was the best thing I did to heal emotionally from cancer.
Mending from cancer and its treatment takes time. It's not always easy to let your body set the pace for recovery.
Debbie Woodbury
Tears are a normal part of the cancer struggle. Is hiding them isolating you and making it harder to get the support you deserve?
It's easy to feel alone dealing with cancer. Being a part of a social media community that "gets it" can be invaluable to healing.
Getting a cancer diagnosis pulls the rug out from under your life. It's a struggle to give up expectations and learn to accept the unknown.
I cherish the moment I found support and realized I wasn't alone. Giving back in gratitude for that support was the next step in healing from my cancer.
Anger is a common emotional response to being diagnosed with and treated for cancer. Openly expressing it can be a struggle.
Worrying and cancer go hand-in-hand. It's possible to take a step back from excessive worrying and give yourself a break.
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