How to spend the next few minutes feeling less afraid
(Even if it’s 2 a.m. and “afraid“ is growing into “terrified”)
Sign up for a free, guided exercise that you can try right now, wherever you are.
All it requires is that you be comfortably seated, with your eyes closed, for about 12 minutes.
When you are finished you may feel like taking a few gentle stretches and journaling, or perhaps even going for a short walk. Do what feels best for YOU.
The most common feeling associated with a breast cancer diagnosis is
Can you imagine how you would feel
if you also had the following:
WHAT DO I REALLY WANT?
No matter the circumstances of my cancer experience, I can set goals – medically, emotionally, relationally, logistically, spiritually, & beyond.
WHAT IS MY PLAN FOR GETTING IT?
Given the circumstances of my cancer experience, what steps do I take? What if I don’t know what the next step is?
WHAT IS MY ROLE IN GETTING IT?
No matter the circumstances of my cancer experience, I can feel empowered to move toward the things that I want and to participate in decisions that affect me.
WHY IS IT IMPORTANT TO ME?
When I feel challenged, confused, tired and lost, remembering my “why” will stabilize and orient me in each step, no matter the distance, terrain, or pace.