Transcript for Amy Robach shares five things she learned while overcoming cancer
I mean he robot games here are five things I learned while coping with breast cancer that I hope can help you. First of all. Learn to accept what you can't control but understand that there are things you can you can't control your diagnosis. Or your cancer but you can control what you eat how you exercise who you choose to spend time with. Prioritize your health both physically and mentally and it will help you get through the worst of it. Also number two this is something I had to learn let people help you let people locking. Be vulnerable lien on your friends and family it is a tremendous gift to allowing yourself to receive love. And charity it strengthens those bonds in ways you couldn't even imagine. The next thing I'd. Learned is to celebrate the small victories the anniversaries your birthday. Celebrate the simple things even the fact that you just woke up. Find reasons to be grateful each and every day keep a journal while you're going through your treatments and you can remember all the things are learning each and every day. Also. Let the fear that you have. All have that we live with it once for cancer patients and survivors and drivers but let that fear that you have it picks up every now and then motivate. Don't let it. Cripple you realize how precious time is and how no one no one is guaranteed tomorrow so take a look at everything you've always wanted to do but you didn't think you have the time. And then make the time start checking off the boxes light continues during treatment. Why not make the most of it and know that there's so much like to live. Actor and the final thing I learned in this was from my husband he said this to me when I was in the throes of despair in the middle of my treatment. I was fighting to live right and so my husband's at this to me Amy don't died before you die. And that's my final bit of advice to all of you dealing with so much that you have so much life month.
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