Although a diagnosis of breast cancer is certain to be frightening and life-changing, with faith and support of family, friends, and support groups, its possible to come through triumphant on the other side.
In her new memoir, I Forgot to Cry, Claudean Nia Robinson shares her personal breast cancer journey in 2008. Her story is about how she embraced the journey despite the heartache and challenges that developed along the way. Learning and growing from those challenges was an integral part of the healing process. Being surrounded by her loving family and friends, day in and out, was also an important part of her recovery. This journey allowed her to trust and have more faith in herself and God at a much deeper level.
Having come through such an experience, Claudean decided to use her passion and purpose to inspire and encourage cancer patients and survivors as they were working to achieve their wellness. Through this journey, she learned not to count the years in her life but the life in her years that creates a brighter tomorrow.