To become grateful, it helps to look back at the life you have walked. To be cheered on in life or in my case, my business, it is more than wonderful to look back and read what some ladies have shared about the mastectomy heart pillows we are selling. I'd like to share some of those comments with you, how they have found things to be grateful for on their life's journey and how they then in turn cheer us on.
Dec 1, 2016
" I just have to say that my friend said these have made all the difference since her mastectomy/recon surgery. She said she wouldn't know what to do without them. The customer service from this seller is great. I was worried coming from Canada it would take a long time, but my friend got them the Saturday before her scheduled surgery and packed them right away. She has told me several times since what a great comfort they have been. Quality product, great service, and extra info in package on what to expect from surgery, chemo, radiation plus encouraging note from seller. Stellar. Just stellar."
Oct 7, 2016
"A gift for a friend undergoing chemo and planning double mastectomy. We both really appreciated the personalized note from the maker. Thank you so much for sharing your hope and making these great pillows to make things just a little bit easier for others."
Jun 10, 2016
"My friend sent me a lovely photo of her using the blanket and pillows after her surgery. She was so glad to have had them available to her. Thank you!!!"
A huge thank you to all who have shared their experiences with us.
An encouraging word here and there, and you never know how much of an impact it can have on someone's life.
May you all have a great day today as you are being encouraged and as you encourage someone else.
Lots of breast cancer patients suffer from ‘chemo-brain’. Here we have it in a study. As chemo survivors, we are not getting alzheimers, and not going crazy. Chemo-brain is a reality. And this article explains it very well what that can look like.
http://www.futurity.org/chemo-brain-breast-cancer-1326092-2/. Check it out and share with friends and family so they can understand better why we act the way we do after chemo.
January 14, 2017
Some of you might have seen this photo before, but I thought it was a photo that we need to see
over and over again. Also a visual image to share with family and friends.
January 14, 2017
For all our friends in the UK and for all of us who do not live in the UK but would like to know what our friends in the Uk face, these are pictures that will help us.