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ARE YOU A LONG-TERM CANCER SURVIVOR LOOKING FOR WHAT’S NEXT?

WANTING MORE OUT OF LIFE? HAVE A DREAM TO FULFILL?

NOT SURE WHERE TO START?


If you see yourself as a cancer trailblazer, this is the place for you. Let’s Live is dedicated to supporting you in excavating those dreams, desires and passions that have been buried or helping you create new ones.

We are dedicated to inspiring and empowering you to explore life beyond cancer. If you have been through the cancer experience, you know first hand the fear, uncertainty and doubt that comes with diagnosis and treatment. But now you find yourself on the other side. Your life is not the same. You wonder what’s next. Perhaps you entertain thoughts about making changes, or engaging in a new adventure, listening to that voice inside that says to pursue a life-long passion. You want to take that first step, but are unsure of where to go, who to talk with, what the possibilities might be.

Let’s Live is the place to start. A community of like-minded people ready to move forward and create a new path where you can find resources, inspiration and practical ideas for taking that first step.

Come play with us. Blaze a new path. Step into a new adventure. Explore a new future. See where it might lead you.

Join us for the Let’s Live Forum – a day long forum to explore life beyond cancer and dig out your inner Indiana Jones or Amelia Earheart and plot a new adventure.

 

by susanthornton on June 22, 2010 in general

 

I’ve spent the last 19 years trying to figure that out for myself. Living with a “chronic” form of lymphoma has given me the delightful opportunity to explore what wellness is for me. It started with researching diet, food, eating, stress and the impact on my own health. Next was the physical challenge of triathlons. Along the way lots of volunteering for wonderful organizations doing amazing things. And a ton of things I won’t bore you with. It has been a fun journey. Okay, that maybe bizarre to anyone who hasn’t gone through a cancer experience, but from my perspective, cancer was the lynchpin that set me onto a new path in my life. Thank heaven! Continue reading…