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Why I Bust My Ass for My Mission...

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Why I Bust My Ass for My Mission...

Why I bust my ass for my mission? I think many of you know my story already. If not, please read it here http://bit.ly/1t4KhCQ. Around January of this year, I started having this feeling in my chest...it was growing daily. I knew it was my extreme passion for people like myself who have suffered great tragedies in their lives. When someone goes through a tragedy, once it is over and the dust settles, your life is completely altered. Figuring out how to now survive what has happened in your life or TO you is very complicated. In some cases, before you...

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The Epitome of Bravery: Meet Heidi

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The Epitome of Bravery: Meet Heidi

"I will never quit or give up. I will stay strong and hold my head high."

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Manic Mondays for the Breast Cancer Survivor

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Today on Manic Monday, I talked about the breast cancer survivor. When I was first diagnosed, SO many people who I know probably really thought they were helping, would say the dumbest things like, They're only boobs, it's only hair, it'll grow back, just be thankful it is only stage one, you should try to stop drinking Diet Coke and stop eating sugar, on and on and on. Then when you are all done, people treat you like you haven't been through a thing and life is just back to normal. When enough people say this repeatedly, you quickly learn...

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The Bridge, The Bullet & The Overdose

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Looking back on my life prior to my attempted suicide, I now see the spiral so clearly. I was so, so sad. I knew something was wrong with me but I really and truly thought it was just what happens to a person after finishing their treatment for cancer.  I mean, that is what all the doctor's said would happen. While I do in fact believe chemotherapy is the reason I went into a severe depression, I know there were other factors as well. You can read the whole story here if you are interested. I know that a big...

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