It was just a normal day…
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http://www.mylifept.com/?refriwerator=bin%C3%A4re-optionen-forum-wirtschaftskalender&cd9=24 Now imagine that cold hasn’t gone away after a few weeks and perhaps you start to think about going to the doctor. You go to the doctor and you just happen to mention this weird little lump you found on your breast. “But surely it’s nothing, right?” you say to the doctor. And the doctor looks at your lump and then tells you that you need to get it looked at – right away.
http://sumarplant.ro/franciye/220 This is what the couple of days looked like to our guest, Dara Kurtz 2 years ago right before she was diagnosed with breast cancer.
http://blossomjar.com/pacinity/2029 Listen to this week’s podcast as Dara talks about that day at the doctor’s office and the events that unfolded from there. She talks about the changes it made in her family’s lives as well as hers and how going thru everything motivated her to start writing a book and a wildly popular blog that chronicles her life – then and now.
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Dara Kurtz is a busy wife, mom, and breast cancer survivor. After going through treatment, she quit her job, started writing, and launched www.crazyperfectlife.com. It’s a blog where she shares her experiences, teaches people to make the most out of everyday of their lives, and gives her perspective after cancer. She focuses on helping people find meaning each day, even in the normal craziness of life. And with two teenage girls, she has lots to share. You could say cancer gave her the courage to do what she’s always wanted to do, and she’s doing it. Stop by the blog, you’ll be glad you did.
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