Instead of allowing fear to take over during difficult times, replace one 'f' word with another and have some fortitude. Every obstacle/challenge is an opportunity to grow if we allow ourselves to. So whether the goal is to lose 10 pounds, go back to school, learn another language, o
r change careers:
GO FOR IT. YOU ARE CAPABLE.
Being declared cancer-free is something to celebrate. But for many patients, that milestone comes with a mix of emotions – joy, anger, relief, sadness, confusion, and even guilt. Transitioning from patient to survivor is not a destination. Rather, it is the beginning of a new normal. By Guillermo Lazo, MD
“Aphasia can have a life-long impact on an individual,” he says. “So it’s important to have ongoing support that allows a person with aphasia to continue practicing communication strategies, explore resources, gain encouragement, and learn how to best navigate life with this disorder.”