Mothers: A Legacy of Love
For those who don't know, when I'm not working with others in to figure out ways we can make this world kinder, I work as a Senior Manager of Education Programs at The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. I work with doctors to create education programs for blood cancer patients. In doing so, I created a podcast called The Bloodline with LLS in which I speak with experts, patients and caregivers about their cancer journey.
In honor of the amazing impact that mothers and mother figures play in our lives, I sat down with a young mother who was diagnosed with lymphoma at 30 years. She speaks about her experience and how kindness played a huge role in her recovery and also in the lives of her two young sons who watched on as her husband took the lead and neighbors poured love in their family.
I encourage you to listen to the episode at the link below and give us your feedback. This was an emotional episode that certainly helped to put so much in perspective for me. It served as a reminder that kindness is very much needed in every area of our lives. It's also something that is needed by everyone in order to make it through this life. Because let's be honest, life can be ROUGH.
May we use the meaning of today to think and pray for all mothers and may we remember that we do not know everyone's story and because of that, we should show kindness. Not only for ourselves but for those watching.
Episode: Motherhood and Survivorship
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