Wednesday, 23 March 2016

What a cognitive psychologist learned about fear and resilience when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. ~ Naz ~ HuffPost Blog


We are absolutely thrilled and delighted that our very own, and utterly brilliant Naz has had her blog 'what a cognitive psychologist learned about fear and resilience when she was diagnosed with breast cancer' published as part of HuffPost UK's month long project, All Women Everywhere:

"Yes, we are scarred but the scars do not define us. The scars signal our gratitude and grit, and the fears that mark what matters to us. Resilience helps us listen to our fears. So, how can we learn to be resilient, I ask myself".


We are so, so proud of Naz and the small role we play in helping raise awareness of the psychological challenges we all face following a breast cancer diagnosis, as well as how we can support one another to increase our psychological resilience. Tamsin and Vicky.
All Women Everywhere runs through March providing a platform to reflect the diverse mix of female experience and voices in Britain today.  

Here is the link to Naz’s HuffPost UK blog post:
http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/nazanin-derakhshan/breast-cancer_b_9516258.html


  

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