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Kate Beland

Kate Beland does not believe that cancer defines her. She is an athlete, a marathoner, a mother, a wife and a writer. When she is not conducting her three-ring circus act, she is busy kicking late stage melanoma's butt and keeping herself sane through her writing and running: https://www.facebook.com/runningandcancer/ or www.runliftbreathe.blogspot.com
Kate Beland
I felt like cancer had forced me to do other "uncomfortable" things instead of the bucket list I had chosen.
Kate Beland
I know that once you are a cancer survivor, you're always a cancer survivor, but will that sinking feeling of no control ever go away?
Kate Beland
There is no easy way to gain a sense of control when dealing with cancer. And we all definitely deal with it differently.
Kate Beland
When I look in the mirror, I see that I am the byproduct of multiple surgeries. Sometimes, I feel as if I look like shark bait.
Kate Beland
I think being an athlete is what saved my life.
Kate Beland
I will relish that calm after the storm when I leave that hospital knowing it didn't break me.
Kate Beland
Some of us fumble more than others. I was one of those emotional wrecks, wearing my emotions on my sleeve.
Kate Beland
Maybe they'll be able to put the big girl pants on when life throws it's curve balls.
Kate Beland
I miss the girl who was too self-absorbed to know real sorrow.
Kate Beland
Because I am a lifelong learner and an educator at heart, I always feel the compelling need to share in case someone else out there might benefit from the fires I've walked through.

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