Humans need kindness.
Random Acts of Kindness Week begins February 11.
You just got off the phone.
You have received the news.
News you never ever wanted to hear.
Someone you know has the “C” word.
Or it is you…
You heard it but it could not be real!
It can’t be.
How you must feel…
I felt it too.
You are numb. In shock!
You may want to cry. You may feel nothing.
You may want to hit something or scream out loud.
You put your hands to your face and bow your head.
NO! It can’t be Cancer!
“What do I do now?”
This is the question to be answered from this blog.
Come sit and let us hold on to one another.
This is not only for the newly diagnosed.
It is for the neighbor who wants to know how to help a little.
A friend who wants to know how to help a lot.
A child who feels something is wrong but does not understand and wants to know what to do.
A husband who does not know how to comfort when he is trying to believe it himself.
A parent trying to make it easier for their child but in shock.
A brother, father, or son who does not know how to talk about it if it is female related.
I am a cancer survivor! I have worked very hard to get through my cancer experience using my own gifts, talents, and survival techniques. I am not a therapist, but I am an expert on living through it. This is a blog to share simple, uplifting tips and ideas with you and give you an invitation to share any uplifting ideas that helped you get through your journey.
What do I do now on this first day?
Here is what you can do today…
Tip #1: Be still and stay close to somone!
This is the beginning of one step…
take it slow.
You can do this!
This is me completing a mural for the children’s area at the homeless shelter right before winter. A group of children began it this past summer…
Simple ways to live life creatively
Dear friend, sibling, spouse, or survivor asking this question...