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Episode 7 – The “C” Word • Real Talk about Cancer

In this episode, Dr. Angie Welikala, who has been battling breast cancer for 10 years, and I discuss what it’s REALLY like to have cancer and how friends can help.

Over the years, I have found that people want to help other people who are dealing with cancer. They just don’t know how – so they resort to saying “if you need anything, let me know.”

While the intentions are good, that doesn’t really help people who are so overwhelmed with their diagnosis that they don’t even know WHAT would be helpful to them.

Dr. Angie gets real about what her journey has been like and how she stays positive through it all. She offers tips for how to help friends and loved ones going through cancer. She also offers resources to those who have been diagnosed. This show will give you insight into what really goes through your mind when you’re given the diagnosis everyone dreads.

Show Notes

FREE DOWNLOAD mentioned in the episode: “Where Do I Start When the Cancer Bomb Drops?”

ECourse: Top 10 Healing Agents for Cancer

To learn more, connect with Dr. Angie Welikala via:
Website: www.healingagents.org
Email her directly: healingagents@gmail.com
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Books Mentioned in Episode 7

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