16
Oct
The Cancer Voice Asia Pay It Forward | Cielo, The Cancer Voice Asia's Author

Pay It Forward

“Holding a grudge doesn’t make you strong; it makes you bitter. FORGIVING doesn’t make you weak; it sets you free.” ~Dave Willis Cancer can either make you bitter or better. I can choose to be bitter and be miserable for the rest of my life because I have many reasons to choose to be one. […]

4
Oct
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Let Cancer Be Your Teacher

Looking back, having cancer was the best thing that ever happened to me. Don’t get me wrong. Cancer is never the best thing that can happen to anyone, especially to children. But having cancer, I became stronger with a clearer vision of life. Perhaps, a cancer survivor like me that had to experience different hardships […]

16
Sep
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Women Who Are Unapologetically Bitches Beat Cancer

There are no much stronger women in this world that I know but only those women who beat cancer that stood up after winning the battle against cancer and become an inspiration to everyone. When women were defined as weak in general; plus, having cancer makes them much weaker. Well, never make any single mistake […]

15
Sep
Don't Be Afraid To Lose Someone You Love

Don’t Be Afraid To Lose Someone You Love

It is quite contradictory of being not afraid to lose someone you love because just even thinking of death, it is already quite scary. But for Forrest, although he experiences multiple deaths of those he loves and cares about. In the entire film, he experiences all sorts of emotions, and he is never exempted from […]

14
Sep
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It’s Great To Give Back

Inspired by a movie “Forrest Gump”, I had found numerous lessons that we can learn and apply in life. As I was watching the movie from the beginning up to the last scene, I was able to catch sight of every inspiring detail of Forrest’s life that made me think to write an article that can […]

14
Sep
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Let Some Movies Calm You With Gentle Sounds Or Actions

Coping with cancer is never that easy. There are many effective ways of coping from cancer’s traumatic experiences. It may be done with medical experts, self-help, self-care and coping strategies. But there is one thing that is the easiest way to find creative outlets to cope up with the emotions and manage the emotional effects of […]

4
Sep
The Cancer Voice Asia | Could You Spare Some Time For A Quick Chat?

Could You Spare Some Time For A Quick Chat?

Have you ever asked yourself, “What can I do with my time that is important?” I can never think about the past that my parents became very successful in their endeavors in life. Before my father died, he was unemployed for years, ended up selling animals while suffering from a heart disease and had unending […]

29
Aug
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I Find Meaning In Life After Healing From All Traumatic Experiences

There is more to life than being happy. You may say that I am one of the most unfortunate persons in the world that had experienced different life’s prejudice one after another. Well, you are right, I am one of them and also one of them that make these traumatic events help me grow as […]

16
Aug
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Healthy Living Tips From An Avid Gym Bunny

An Avid Gym Bunny Meet Zoe, a 30-year-old avid gym bunny from the UK.  If you could imagine yourself now being a shy and doubtful person, take Zoe for example, once she has always been the one who felt not confident enough, not good enough, was anxious and very, very shy. Now if you met her […]

10
Aug
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