My daughter and I want to continue the conversation about breast cancer beyond October; it's more than a month- It's a MOVEMENT.
Black women and white women get breast cancer at about the same rate, but black women die from breast cancer at a higher than white women. Research is beginning to reveal that positive thinking is about much more than just being happy or displaying an upbeat attitude. Most of us would prefer to be positive rather than negative. Wouldn’t you agree? Positive thoughts can actually create real value in your life and help you build skills that last much longer than a smile.
Surviving Pink. An Inspirational Story of How a Breast Cancer Diagnosis Strengthened a Mother-Daughter Relationship takes you through a whirlwind of emotions, from living a normal life of running a business with my daughter, discovery of the disease that could be the cause of my imminent death, to the mind of my daughter who has to step up to the plate and become the caregiver of her closest friend.
If you told me that by the age of 50, I would have a breast cancer diagnosis, four rounds of chemotherapy, and a 22-year old daughter stepping up as my caregiver, I would not have believed you. Yet, I am not sad, I am thankful that I am surviving.
We hope that our journey will inspire you and provide powerful insights from a mother-daughter perspective. We would love to send you a copy of our book and we welcome an interview with you as well. We have attached a copy of the book Press Release and an invitation to view our website: https://www.survivingpink.com/
Be Blessed! Keep Surviving