Bre Thompson Soon to be cancer free

First post: Apr 7, 2021 Latest post: Apr 19, 2021
Hello, loved ones,
It’s hard to tell your friends and family you’re sick. Being the bearer of bad news isn’t easy- I know the feeling of what it’s like to hear it, your heart breaks, your breath slips from your mouth, and your stomach drops to the ground. Saying, typing, texting, and sharing I have cancer SUCKS. I have stage IV Nodular Sclerosis Hodgkin’s Lymphoma;  luckily, it’s a very treatable, even curable cancer. This healing journey will be rough, yet I’m confident I will come out the other side transformed and bald 🦋 🎳.  I’m not much for war metaphors; I do not believe I’m at war with my body, I’m not fighting, I’m not a warrior, this is not my enemy- this is my body, and I thank my distressed organs for I know they have done all they can to save my whole being. My future is focused on resilience and healing, but please feel free to say F*ck cancer as much as you’d like ( I know I am). Please keep a healthy vision of me in your mind, send the good vibes and positive outlooks, and please don’t worry-I’m gonna be okay. 💜 
I’m grateful for my support network of loved ones, friends, family, and colleagues and hope to keep you all updated on this website. It has been a tough year for all of us, and I miss so many of you tremendously. I’ll do my best to stay in touch and keep up a correspondence; if you reach out and I don’t respond right away, please know I have so much love for you, and I’m soaking in the healing vibes you’re sending me. Please take care of yourselves and stay safe. 
With hope & gratitude,
Bre

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