Cancer Warriors Wednesday – The People Behind Courageous Women with Cancer

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As Courageous Women with Cancer Week continues here at WhereWeGoNow, it’s time to give a special shout out to the Cancer Warriors who stand by us courageous women with cancer every day – our caregivers.

A huge reason I was compelled to create this website was because of the gratitude I felt to so many people who stood beside me while I struggled with cancer. It was because of them that I wanted to create more than a blog. I wanted to build a community. I wanted a create a platform from which I could broadcast my gratitude for all I had received and I wanted you to be able to join me.

Out of that desire came my People In My Corner List and the community People In Our Corner List. My List is a very personal testament to the many family, friends and professionals who came together to carry me through cancer. Many of them I’ve known all of my life, or close to it. But others came into my life solely because of my cancer. Take a look at my list. I hope it inspires you to create a list of your own.

If you’d like to make a public proclamation of gratitude, head on over to the community People in Our Corner List and let us know who is in your corner. I’d love to hear all about them.

There is definitely a special place in heaven for caregivers. But, right now, many of them are still with us and would love to know how much you appreciate them.

Survival > Existence,

Debbi

Comments

Marie 's picture

So wonderful that you are

So wonderful that you are acknowledging these often-times unsung heroes!

Debbie's picture

Happy to Sing Their Praises

Marie:

Thank you! I love my People in My Corner and am just so grateful for all of their help and support.

Survival > Existence,

Debbie

 

Beth L. Gainer's picture

Caregivers

Such a wonderful acknowledgement of caregivers, who are often in the background, but who do so much for the cancer patient.

Debbie's picture

Thank Goodness for Each and Every One of Them

Beth:

I’m sure I speak for most, if not all of us, when I say I never could have made it through the ordeal of cancer without my support system of caregivers. Thank goodness for each one of them.

Survival > Existence,

Debbie

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