Stories of Hope

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This October and November, let’s share and receive hope.

As I am in my 8th year as a Breast Cancer survivor, I recognize how blessed I am, and I want the same for you and your families. This October and November, you and I will help spread HOPE. Here, you can read stories my readers have shared from their personal experiences.

october-contest-2016If you would like to share a story about your Breast Cancer journey, a journey you made with someone else who has battled the disease, or if you are a care-giver (professionally or personally), please send it to me on my Contact page.*

Finally, remember that during October and November this year, I’m donating the profits from my book sales to the winning cancer center from the Stories of Hope contest. Now you can complete some early Christmas shopping and know your purchase is helping fight cancer!


Trisha Doucet
My name is Trisha Doucet, and I’m a breast cancer Survivor. Whew…Glad that’s over with. And I mean that in
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Eileen Dreyer
When Tina asked me to share some stories of courage about people who were facing cancer, she said that I’d
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Barbara Devlin
This is a first for me, because I’ve never written about my personal battle with cancer. It’s not something I
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Veronica Voison
As we all are aware, life takes us through many journeys.  A little over a year ago life took me
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Sandi Bergquist
When I heard the words, “you have breast cancer”, my life changed from that moment on. It was all I
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MK Meredith
Christmas of 2014, I’d walked passed the mirror in the room of the house we are renting outside of D.C.,
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Kelli Salkin
Kelli with Cancer. Hi, My name is Kelli Salkin. I was first diagnosed with breast cancer February, 2014. At the
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Dolores Danos
Hope is an optimistic attitude of mind that is based on an expectation of positive outcomes related to events and
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Jenny Resignola RN, BSN, OCN
October is Breast Cancer awareness month. About 1 in 8 U.S. women will develop invasive breast cancer over the course
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*If the story is about your journey with someone else and you don’t have her permission to discuss her battle with breast cancer, please honor her and use a pseudonym rather than her real name. If you are a care-giver, remember to comply with HIPAA laws.