Living With…Episode 026 Debbie Woodbury, Breast Cancer Survivor


Where We Go Now

Welcome to the show everyone! I hope you are all well!
My guest today created the community to keep a supportive community around her always.
Before her breast cancer diagnosis, she says she “survived family dysfunction, being laid off, a cheating boyfriend, miscarriages and infertility”. She says, “It took a cancer diagnosis to get the survivor label”,  but long before she heard the words, YOU HAVE CANCER,  she “was a practiced survivor of life”.
She’s a member of the Oncology Community Advisory Board of the Carol G. Simon Cancer Center at Overlook Medical Center and works with The Connection’s Pathways Women’s Cancer Teaching Project. She is also a volunteer with Cancer Hope Network, offering one-on-one support to cancer patients and family members.
She is a blog contributor to and has contributed to The Huffington Post on mind/body issues and  a monthly contributor at Positively Positive.
She says, one of her greatest joys is meeting other inspired survivors and WWGN members at her workshops and speaking engagements.
She is the author of two books for cancer survivors, You Can Thrive After Treatment and How to Build an Amazing Life After Treatment.
She says, it was surviving cancer that pushed her to “stop thinking about writing and actually sit down to do it”.

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