Breast Cancer Inspirational Quotes

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Stop and reflect on what your diet is doing for you.
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Alice McCall (Wellness Wisdom - Inspired by One Woman's Journey with Breast Cancer)
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Lord, thank you for the people who care more about me than about their schedules.
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Shirley Corder (Strength Renewed: Meditations for Your Journey Through Breast Cancer)
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Images have enormous power, and images freed from deep within ourselves can change us profoundly.
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Alice McCall (Wellness Wisdom - Inspired by One Woman's Journey with Breast Cancer)
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Writing and drawing are very therapeutic, but they are also an excellent manifestation tool. I teach my clients to draw what they want, or to write a story about it to bring the manifestation forward into the present.
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Alice McCall (Wellness Wisdom - Inspired by One Woman's Journey with Breast Cancer)
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When one person gets cancer, the whole family gets cancer.
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Shirley Corder (Strength Renewed: Meditations for Your Journey Through Breast Cancer)
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We can look at our tattoos from cancer treatment as awful reminders of a ghastly time in our lives, or we can use them as reminders of what God brought us through.
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Shirley Corder (Strength Renewed: Meditations for Your Journey Through Breast Cancer)
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Sometimes the Lord allows us to go through tough times so we learn to rely upon Him.
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Shirley Corder (Strength Renewed: Meditations for Your Journey Through Breast Cancer)
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We need to cry out to the Lord when we feel the waves of terror or anger crashing around us. He is always within reach, ready to stretch out his hand to steady us.
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Shirley Corder (Strength Renewed: Meditations for Your Journey Through Breast Cancer)
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Your life clock is ticking. But you know what? God made the clock. ~ Strength Renewed
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Shirley Corder (Strength Renewed: Meditations for Your Journey Through Breast Cancer)
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If we praise God when things are tough, we show our trust in Him.
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Shirley Corder (Strength Renewed: Meditations for Your Journey Through Breast Cancer)
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The Lord chose to give me back my life, not because I deserved it, but because he had work for me to do.
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Shirley Corder (Strength Renewed: Meditations for Your Journey Through Breast Cancer)
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God promises to hear and answer our prayers, but he doesn't always answer the way we want him to.
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Shirley Corder (Strength Renewed: Meditations for Your Journey Through Breast Cancer)
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Even when I couldn't sense his presence, I HAD to believe he was right there with me.
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Shirley Corder (Strength Renewed: Meditations for Your Journey Through Breast Cancer)
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It's okay to be afraid. God is not disappointed by your fear.
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Shirley Corder (Strength Renewed: Meditations for Your Journey Through Breast Cancer)
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Tell God how you feel, and don't be afraid to ask for a miracle.
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Shirley Corder (Strength Renewed: Meditations for Your Journey Through Breast Cancer)
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There is a fine line between paranoia and sensibly caring for our already overburdened bodies.
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Shirley Corder (Strength Renewed: Meditations for Your Journey Through Breast Cancer)
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Even the simple act of tuning the radio to a music program can lift our spirits and show the world "I'm not going to give up.
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Shirley Corder (Strength Renewed: Meditations for Your Journey Through Breast Cancer)
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The devil sought to destroy me and discredit my testimony. But God wanted me where I would testify to others about his saving power.
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Shirley Corder (Strength Renewed: Meditations for Your Journey Through Breast Cancer)
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Cancer is finite. God is way bigger.
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Shirley Corder (Strength Renewed: Meditations for Your Journey Through Breast Cancer)
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Help me to get my eyes off my suffering and onto you, God.
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Shirley Corder (Strength Renewed: Meditations for Your Journey Through Breast Cancer)
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Somehow, we have gotten off track from the basics of health and spirituality, and we get in our own way.
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Alice McCall (Wellness Wisdom - Inspired by One Woman's Journey with Breast Cancer)
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When we behave naturally, others relax and relationships are formed or strengthened.
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Shirley Corder (Strength Renewed: Meditations for Your Journey Through Breast Cancer)
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Nothing takes God by surprise, not even cancer.
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Shirley Corder (Strength Renewed: Meditations for Your Journey Through Breast Cancer)
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We are all different, but we need one another.
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Shirley Corder (Strength Renewed: Meditations for Your Journey Through Breast Cancer)
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The Lord has made us to be creative, and the sense of achievement will help to lift our spirits.
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Shirley Corder (Strength Renewed: Meditations for Your Journey Through Breast Cancer)
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Don't wait for tomorrow to live a life you love today.
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Kara Adams (Hidden Treasure 5 Steps to Transformational Self Love)
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All the anxiety over small things had burned off me in the fire of reentry, the fire of being afraid I was going to die.
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Jennifer Hayden (The Story of My Tits)
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In God's strength I could battle the giants. Alone, I was just a grasshopper.S
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Shirley Corder (Strength Renewed: Meditations for Your Journey Through Breast Cancer)
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Jesus...remains in control of my circumstances, no matter the size of the waves.
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Shirley Corder (Strength Renewed: Meditations for Your Journey Through Breast Cancer)
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What issues sidetrack you from your mission to get well?
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Shirley Corder (Strength Renewed: Meditations for Your Journey Through Breast Cancer)
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I LOVE YOU FROM THE WAIST DOWN, I DON'T DEAL IN DAMAGED GOODS.
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Carol Feller (Dancing through Minefields)
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I've been married forever, and I still don't have it right.
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Carol Feller (Dancing through Minefields)
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[Karen Lundegaard] was quite frail, debilitated by metastatic breast cancer, which she had long known she had but for which she had been unable to get adequate treatment because she lacked medical insurance. ("If you mention anything about me," she said, "tell people that.")
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Amy Tan (Saving Fish from Drowning)
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Yet the hunger to treat patients still drove Farber. And sitting in his basement laboratory in the summer of 1947, Farber had a single inspired idea: he chose, among all cancers, to focus his attention on one of its oddest and most hopeless variantsβ€”childhood leukemia. To understand cancer as a whole, he reasoned, you needed to start at the bottom of its complexity, in its basement. And despite its many idiosyncrasies, leukemia possessed a singularly attractive feature: it could be measured. Science begins with counting. To understand a phenomenon, a scientist must first describe it; to describe it objectively, he must first measure it. If cancer medicine was to be transformed into a rigorous science, then cancer would need to be counted somehowβ€”measured in some reliable, reproducible way. In this, leukemia was different from nearly every other type of cancer. In a world before CT scans and MRIs, quantifying the change in size of an internal solid tumor in the lung or the breast was virtually impossible without surgery: you could not measure what you could not see. But leukemia, floating freely in the blood, could be measured as easily as blood cellsβ€”by drawing a sample of blood or bone marrow and looking at it under a microscope. If leukemia could be counted, Farber reasoned, then any interventionβ€”a chemical sent circulating through the blood, sayβ€”could be evaluated for its potency in living patients. He could watch cells grow or die in the blood and use that to measure the success or failure of a drug. He could perform an β€œexperiment” on cancer.
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Siddhartha Mukherjee (The Emperor of All Maladies)
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This background also provided the foundation and inspiration for the remarkable recovery of my mother from metastatic breast cancer in 1982 and was the basis for my book Beliefs: Pathways to Health and Well-Being.17
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John Grinder (The Origins of Neuro Linguistic Programming)
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the Mayo Clinic explains, β€œStudies show that a lifelong diet rich in soy foods reduces the risk of breast cancer in women . . . Soy contains protein, isoflavones and fiber, all of which provide health benefits.”17 Even women who have breast cancer can benefit from eating more soy. After following tens of thousands of breast cancer patients, a study in the journal Cancer found that women with breast cancer who ate the most soy lived significantly longer.18 That’s great news for soul-food lovers; some of the best southern-inspired plant-based recipes feature delicious soy foods like tofu and edamame.
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Eric Adams (Healthy at Last: A Plant-Based Approach to Preventing and Reversing Diabetes and Other Chronic Illnesses)
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Now move forward. It is not in death we should be afraid. It is in life, if we don’t live it. It is a gift.
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Arlene M. Karole (Just Diagnosed: Breast Cancer)
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Without yoga, my breast cancer experience would have been much more difficult. The trust, courage and strength one develops through the practice of yoga will set anyone up to face life's most challenging experiences. I've heard folks say Β«Oh, I don't do yoga.Β» Give yoga a chance, and you will find that it's so much more than pretzel poses. Yoga is about finding your own balance in our crazy, tempestuous times. It's about standing tall with confidence even when the winds of your world are swirling around you.
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Kathryn E. Livingston
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The luxury of relaxation ... is part of the healing process.
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Shirley Corder (Strength Renewed: Meditations for Your Journey Through Breast Cancer)
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God, who knows me by name, [is] right next to me.
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Shirley Corder (Strength Renewed: Meditations for Your Journey Through Breast Cancer)
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All the seeming "coincidences" .... were actually God catching me in his arms.
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Shirley Corder (Strength Renewed: Meditations for Your Journey Through Breast Cancer)
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Don't be afraid," Elisha answered, "We have more on our side than they have on theirs." (2 Kings 6:15 GNT)
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Shirley Corder (Strength Renewed: Meditations for Your Journey Through Breast Cancer)
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Do not partner with fear to help you make decisions
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Jeannette Gregory
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Breast cancer patients need real hope they too can kick boob cancer’s ass!
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Trish L Frommer
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Only one person was conspicuously missing from the (American Society of Clinical Oncology, ASCO) party - Dennis Slamon. Having spent the afternoon planning the next phase of Herceptin trials with breast oncologists at ASCO, Slamon had jumped into his rundown Nissan and driven home.
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Siddhartha Mukherjee (The Emperor of All Maladies: A Biography of Cancer)
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We were blonde, but we weren't dumb.
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Carol Feller (Dancing through Minefields)
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I remember because I cannot forget
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Carol Feller (Dancing through Minefields)