The holiday season is all about showing others around you how much you care. For our community, and especially for those who may not have support or are feeling the emotional pressures from the season, supporting the women around you is essential.
In honor of our monthly theme of support, we started the conversation over on our Instagram and asked, “What was the last thing someone did for you that made you feel supported?” We feel so blessed that we can have these honest, real and raw conversations with you all, and are so appreciative of our followers who chat with us on these personal topics. Here’s some of what you ladies shared!
For me, I love a random call from a bestie, that tells me that I’m doing a good job, and they are proud of me. Sometimes the simplest words can provide so much encouragement and support when you’re feeling down or in doubt. We really do rise by lifting others.
I’d love to hear your answer! Share the last thing someone did that made you feel supported below and share some support as well to our amazing community! Use this as some inspiration for paying it forward this season and a reminder to give love to those who need it. And remember, you are NEVER ALONE.
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Guest post by Tracy Birdsell, Breast Cancer Survivor and Meditation TeacherMy trip to Owego inspired this month’s meditation on revival. The trees and the piles of golden leaves on the ground from the season before all reminded me that everything is a cycle. With this in mind, I created an easy system for you to help you stay focused on what matters most to you in your life right now in the year ahead.
HAPPY NEW YEAR! It’s the start of another new year, and every year, we turn the page towards new opportunities and new adventures, in the hopes that this year will be the best yet, or maybe even better than last! For us here at AnaOno, the spark of a new year for us means REVIVAL. And that is what we are focusing on all month long. Revival is a special word for those of us in the breast cancer community, who after diagnosis, strive for recovery, a comeback and a reintroduction into who they are, and everything that encompasses.