I usually almost never reblog anything but… this is important matters! Please, pass it on, share this with anyone you know, with the whole world!
I’m still in the mood ‘fight-against-cancer’ so I requested Jackie Clark (I talked about her in my World Cancer Day post) to write a guest post on cancer and beauty, which she did marvellously well on my makeup blog. By the way, it’s going to be the very first guest post of this blog! Yay!
If ever you wish to be a guest blogger here, you just have to email me on email@example.com (yeah I know it’s childish but I created it when I was 11 and I don’t want to change it! :P)
So here’s what she wrote for An Evil Nymph’s blog for us today 🙂
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I Have Cancer and I Am Beautiful
by Jackie Clark
You have mesothelioma cancer. You have breast cancer. You have uterine cancer.
It’s a fact.
Now comes treatment, doctors, and more prognosis than you could’ve ever imagined in one person’s life.
None of it has anything to do with the fact that you are beautiful. You are a beautiful person and you can’t forget that despite cancer your life is precious. Life is wonderful and you can make the best of every situation—cancer diagnosis or not.
You’ll need to remind yourself of this every day. You have your loved ones-they’ll support you. They will give you something to smile about every day, as they always have.
At the end of the day, the only person that can hold you up is you. You need to maintain your strength, your self-respect and the positivity that will not only carry you, but those that need you.
You’re beautiful and I’ll prove it.
Go look in the mirror.
There is nothing more powerful than looking in the mirror and liking — no, loving — what you see.
Don’t like what’s looking back at you?
Let’s do something about it.
Yesterday was World Cancer Day, and earlier, in my makeup blog, I had the pleasure to welcome a guest blogger, Jackie Clark who wrote an article on women having cancer, to tell them that it doesn’t mean that they have to stop caring about their body, their beauty… You can read the post here: Keeping Beauty in Your Life.
Jackie writes in honour of women having mesothelioma cancer and has her own blog: The Mesothelioma Cancer Alliance Blog. You can also follow her on Twitter @CancerAlliance and believe me, her posts are worth it.
My little sister was about to do some research on Wikipedia but it was blacked out. Didn’t really understand the situation at first. But then I was about to post this week’s photo challenge on WordPress, but when I entered the site, I saw that all the Freshly Pressed were censored! I then clicked on one of them and saw something like a strike… while going to my mail to see whether anyone else was talking about this… Everyone is eventually talking about this and spreading the message… and really, this PIPA/SOPA is serious matter, guys…