Breast cancer was one of the best things that ever happened to me – and I never want it again. Now I am cancer-free and living a more fulfilling life than before the illness. Here are 10 insights and experiences from my cancer journey that continue to sustain me professionally and personally.
Breast cancer was one of the best things that ever happened to me. And I never want it again. Let's start with that.
As I approach the three-year anniversary of my final chemotherapy session, I've been reflecting on some of the insights and experiences from my breast cancer journey that continue to sustain me professionally and personally:
As memories of my daily life with breast cancer fade and my professional life gets busier, this post will serve as a reminder to me that it's not about whether the glass is half full or half empty, it's about appreciating the beautiful glass. Cheers!
Stephanie Sandler is the Founder and Principal of Full Circle Philanthropy. Stephanie has nearly two decades of nonprofit management and consulting experience, specializing in working with emerging donors and nonprofit organizations in transition. She is a three-year survivor of early-stage ER positive breast cancer with a strong family history of breast cancer unassociated with any known genetic markers.