I Fought Like a Girl and I Won!: The Journey Continues

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by Nicole Alyse Dorman

Breast cancer survivors are continuously fighting on the battlefield to win the war on their physical, mental, and emotional health. You’ve got to be strong, remain positive, and be courageous to overcome the disease.

“Cancer isn’t an opponent in some war game you can stomp out by mindset or determination.”

Nicole Dorman discovered she had stage two cancer in January 2014, “it was really difficult when I got the news, not having all the answers and I didn’t want to lie to me kids, obviously because I was going to go through a lot of physical changes, but I had to try and explain it to them and bring it down to their level.”

Nicole refused to let her cancer affect her and wants to encourage other people to do the same. At the age of 34, she received the call after detecting a lump in October 2013. However, her book I fought like a girl and I won came a year later.

Never Give Up!

“My motto is, I got cancer, I can get through anything.” 

Her second book,  “I Fought Like a Girl and I Won!: The Journey Continues” is inspiring, informative, and passionate. Nicole’s determination to win her battle and a positive mental attitude has allowed her to share her insightful story with her readers. Her daughter’s beautiful illustrations take you along on her journey. Her story is uplifting and inspiring.

If you or a loved one is going through cancer, this book can provide insight, comfort, and support.

“I Fought Like a Girl and I Won!: The Journey Continues” is available now in Amazon.

Synopsis:

“I Fought Like a Girl and I Won!” is my memoir book of what I encountered having breast cancer. My main purpose is to share my journey with other women and men who have battled cancer, to be supportive., and inspiring. The most important thing you can do is “NEVER GIVE UP!” My second book “# The Journey Continues.” talks about my life in remission, and making more important decisions.

About the author (2020)

I am 41 years old and live in Killeen Texas. My children are now 12, 15, and 20. My hometown is Philadelphia, PA. I graduated from The  Milton Hershey School in Hershey, PA in 1996. I am a US Army Veteran.  I also enjoy writing, traveling, singing karaoke, and living life to the fullest! I’m currently a medical courier; I pick up and deliver bone marrow and stem cells to cancer patients worldwide.

Bibliographic information:

Paperback: 101 pages
Publisher: WorkBook Press (May 31 2015)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1952754011
ISBN-13: 978-1952754012

Subjects Self-Help › General

 

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Pink Ribbon is the new global charity seeking to make breast cancer-related deaths are a thing of the past. It focuses on political lobbying and campaigning, and the showcase Pink Ribbon awards. Global MD Gerard Dugdill gd@pinkribbon.co

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