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One in four women has PTSD after Breast Cancer. In 2018, 268,000 women had breast cancer just in the U.S. That’s 67,000 women battling PTSD. Women who have never had breast cancer, but have family members who have died from it, also experience stress with each mammogram or ultrasound until they get the “all clear” call.

This book provides the tools you’ll need to banish fear and live fully!

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Jimanne Hayes, Author
My story

Jimanne Hayes

In November of 2017, I was diagnosed with two different types of cancer that were not related to each other. One tumor was in my left breast, the other was in my throat.

After multiple surgeries and 18 months of healing, I began a 4-year journey to learn how I got cancer and how to keep it from recurring. Some of what I learned was encouraging and other things were frustrating. I wanted to develop tools to help me heal from the PTSD, fear, and body shame I was experiencing. Also, I learned to look at this disease as a wake-up call to heal emotional wounds that had festered for decades.

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