A Note To Those Who Know Breast Cancer

A Note To Those Who Know Breast Cancer


I dedicate this post to The Breast Cancer Fighters, The Breast Cancer Survivors and Those Taken by Breast Cancer

On this, the first day of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, I cannot help but to pause and reflect on all of the beautiful souls (women and men) who have to fight this battle, who have fought and won this battle and those who succumbed to this battle.

Though I have not dealt with breast cancer, I have known and dealt with several individuals who have and their pain was my pain. When they hurt, I hurt. I do however understand a life altering illness, diagnosis, recovery and healing and, one thing I know to be true is that fear is real and can consume us totally. However, I do want to support those who may be going through by letting you know that you have more strength inside of you than you can ever imagine and, you are already a a survivor regardless.

Yes, it is all about you and, in all things, you are more than a conqueror through Him who loves us. Always know that you are loved, special and an overcomer. Draw near to God and I promise He will draw near to you as He is waiting with open arms to nurture you, comfort you and give you a peace that you will not be able to put into words. Open up your heart to Him like never before and rest in knowing that you are victorious.

So, today, tomorrow and beyond, please know that I and so many others will support you sister and brother in what ever way you deem necessary. We will intercede in prayer for you, listen to you (and not offer any suggestions), encourage you, cry with you, love on you and more. Extend your hand and someone will gladly hold it tightly.

Together, we will support the fighters, admire the survivors and honor those taken.

You are LOVED!

Move Forward In Righteousness XOXO 

  • AwesomelyOZ says:

    Wonderful post Yulunda 🙂 I can’t even imagine dealing with such an illness, it must be so difficult for them and their family members.. Let us definitely appreciate not just those going through breast cancer and survivors; but our own health as well! Have a great one love!! -Iva

    • YGladney says:

      The least I could do was to pay homage to those who know the battle 1st hand. Yes, I would not want to receive any type of cancer diagnosis. Happy Wednesday Ms. Iva

  • S'ambrosia says:

    I lost my mother to breast cancer ten years ago and I know very well what a battle it is. Thanks for your encouraging words, friend.

    • YGladney says:

      Hello My Friend. The Loss of a parent, especially a mother is devastating. I lost my father a few months before my wedding so, I love on my mom all I can.

      You have a beautiful spirit and I’m grateful to have found you.

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