Katharyn Brady

Katharyn Brady
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I have survived cancer multiple times. It took 8 surgeries, 33 sessions of radiation and chemo therapy. My focus is on being healthy in mind, body and spirit and helping others do the same.
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Recent pages by Katharyn Brady

During my 2nd unexpected experience with chemotherapy, I focus on the change to my early modesty training in this poem.
My journey with cancer has taught me how to nurture and strengthen my inner warrior so I never give up the fight.
I feel blessed to have siblings. We made many memories together. There's one in particular that my brother loves to share; the day I saved his life.
The grocery store served as a classroom for a young mother and her child. I was blessed to have witnessed a wonderful, thoughtful and fast thinking mother in action. At the same time, I observed how well we culturally "wait our turn".
Today, I'm exploring whether to take supplements or not take supplements when choosing a vegan diet.
This article focuses on finding motivation to make a lifestyle change, changing one's diet and resources to finding vegan meal options.
The first of several articles on my journey to becoming vegan.
Being 1/2 of an interracial (Black/White) couple for the past 19 years, I've learned how to navigate some of the not so nice experiences. However, there was one experience with an Urgent Care facility that caused me to take pause and ask myself, "Do I ever do that?"
After being on the "cancer train" for two years, I have decided to take a new approach to pushing the cancer into remission and am chronicling this new journey.
I have used positive affirmations to shift my thinking, creating new possibilities in my life. Today's article provides positive affirmations that can be used while in the midst of a crisis.
This is a short story of some of my experiences as a care giver to my husband who has Congestive Heart Failure.
I recently discovered the amazing results when using essential oils.
After struggling 17 months with a severe health crisis, I got my wish to have a normal life, again.
On February 7, 2014, I thought my fight with cancer was over. On February 8, 2014, I discovered the fight was really only beginning. 6 months and 5 cycles of a very harsh chemo therapy later - I won. I beat cancer. Fighting cancer has given me a new perspective about life's challe...
Tonight, I was reflecting back on the beginning of my chemo journey. I realize that I developed an inner warrior in order to get through this experience. It was one where I centered and focused on each cycle. I did my best not to look forward. I tried to look at only the current cyc...
I have been blessed with hearing a voice that has provided both safety and guidance from my Guardian Angel. In this article, I share my first big experience and how I was spared physical trauma.
Maintaining a positive attitude and tapping into the Peace of God which surpasses all understanding is how I approach each difficulty in life. I hope I can inspire you to do it for yourself, as well.
This journey with cancer has allowed me to learn so many lessons. I had been a self sufficient person all of my life because early on I couldn’t depend on anyone, with the exception of myself. Sometimes we need to examine those core beliefs and determine if they still apply or det...
Although our doctors can prepare us for our experiences, nothing really prepares us for the twists and turns that result from our actual journey.
My journey started in April of 2013 when I first found a lump in my right breast. 10 months later, I discovered that I didn’t have the right medical team.
Having just days left until I completed my radiation therapy sessions, I fantasized about returning to my former life and being cancer free...if only that was how the script would play out.
Life is about the choices we make. You weigh the pros and cons of a decision and then commit.
Having cancer has given me an opportunity to do deep healing.
In May of 2013, I received a diagnosis for a tumor in my right breast: benign fiberadenoma. Within 4 months, that diagnosis turned into a malignant Phyllodes Tumor. It is a rare form of cancer. Only 1 in 2 million people receive this diagnosis in the US each year.
In May of 2013, a tumor in my right breast was misdiagnosed as a benign fiberadenoma. It was actually a Malignant Phyllodes Tumor. This is a rare form of cancer. Only 1 in 2 million (mostly women) receive this diagnosis. So many people have commented that my story is inspirational...
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