Be Fit Fit! blogger Magdalena Romanska writes about fitness-related topics from some healthy ideas for a breakfast, why is it good to take that daily walk, weight train, pick up those kettle bells, inspiring exercises.
My main message here is first, the early detection of any type of horrible disease, cancer or not. Second, that there is light at the end of that long tunnel, and you can strive for a normal life after any type of horrifying diagnosis.
A couple of weeks ago, one of my friends was down, and I thought of some ways to cheer her up. Therefore, I came up with the idea of steering her towards positivity and realization that “she got it”. Even if at that time, she did not feel she did.
We all have our own ways of empowering ourselves. Some of the ways in which I have empowered myself through my lifetime include, for example, being a mom and an Ironman, knowing that my IQ score is 168 and that I can run very far, winning a battle against breast cancer, learning to say “No,” escaping Communism, and getting a PhD (not necessarily in that chronological order).