Lessons for living in limbo

Lessons for living in limbo

Janelle’s first post in the private YACC Facebook group asked community members for advice on how to feel like she was living while dealing with cancer. In her latest blog post, she reflects on some of those suggestions, and adds a new one of her own.

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What being a YACCtivist did for me

“When the opportunity came up a couple of years ago to be a YACCtivist, I was ready to focus energy on something else now that I felt I was on the mend.”

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What the fog?

In her final YACCtivist blog post, Ashley writes about the top five habits that are helping her move beyond cancer.

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Little gestures make a big impact

“When we are on our own, or feel like there is a giant weight on our shoulders, small gestures can have a lot longer impact than we might imagine.”

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The other side of fear

“No one told me about one of the most debilitating long term effects of cancer: a profound and suffocating fear of the unknown. They also didn’t tell me about the freedom.”

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I have a challenge for you

During a conversation with a friend, Jenn’s “sour mood” turned around when her friend told her how he viewed her life. She would love for you to give it a try!

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YACCtivists talk survivorship

With National Cancer Survivors Day on June 6, 2021, some YACCtivists joined forces and answered some questions that shed some light on their cancer experiences, and tools they have found helpful along the way. 

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