Darlings, I am so proud to partner with Talbots to help promote Breast Cancer Awareness Month!
Talbots has collaborated with five internationally renowned female artists to create their gorgeous “The Art of the Scarf Collection.” Each scarf tells a special story and evokes hope, resilience, strength and courage. Purchase any of these beautiful scarves this month and 20% of net proceeds will benefit the National Breast Cancer Foundation. Take a look at my interview above for a sneak peek of my gorgeous scarf designed by Caroline So.
Inspired by Talbots, I wanted to share this special video interview with my flight attendant friend and breast cancer survivor, Kornelia Hanna. In the video I share how I reconnected and bonded with Kornelia right after my hysterectomy. As we both dealt with our medical treatments, I was blessed to have Kornelia in my life. Watching her courageously battle cancer gave me so much strength and resilience to tackle my own post-hysterectomy symptoms and treatment. Kornelia inspires me to continue to use this blog to openly discuss women’s health issues and lift each other up.
After four rounds of chemo, Kornelia candidly shares her courageous breast cancer journey and what surprised her most about friendships. Get Kornelia’s take on ultrasounds vs. mammograms and traditional medicine vs. hollistic treatment. Kornelia talks life after treatment, including her hilarious take on going grey after chemo, post-chemo detoxing, and how she plans to nurture her soul for good health. Kornelia is beautiful inside and out and I hope she inspires you as much as she inspires me.
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Tennille, this is beautifully written. Thank you for such a wonderful afternoon and sharing my healing journey and helping to bring breastcancer awareness!
I love you darling. Thank YOU for your bravery and your willingness to speak so candidly with me. I know this video is going to help so many women in so many ways. You are my hero!
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