The definition of restore means to return something to its previous condition or return someone to a previous position. However, as much as you would like to believe that this is possible for you after treatment, you will not be the same person you were before your breast cancer diagnosis. This holds true whether or not you embrace the idea of being a “survivor.” Having cancer changes you.
Given this, how do you restore yourself, especially if there is a “new” normal that you’re working toward? And, how do you do this on your own now that you’re not under the “watchful eye” of your medical team as much as you once were?
Let’s begin by considering an alternate definition of restore, which is to “energize somebody” or give her new strength and vigor.
This is what Breast Cancer Partner aspires to do for survivors. Our mission is to empower breast cancer survivors to live strong, healthy and balanced lives, and help them discover paths to an integrated health and wellness lifestyle so that they can recover, restore and reenergizethemselves after treatment.
For us, the idea of restoring yourself to a state of normalcy after breast cancer treatment is about empowering you to take charge of your recovery, primarily your health and wellness so that you emerge from your breast cancer experience better, bolder, stronger and more vibrant than ever before.
Yes, this is possible!
To do so, you must pay attention to the health and wellness of the “whole” person by focusing on four key areas:
And, remember that eating whole, being active and living a clean life will help you restore and reenergize after breast cancer treatment
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