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HOW I GOT MY HUSBAND BACK TO ME

Hello I`m Mrs Sophia Olivia, i am very happy because i have finally get a real man a spell caster Prophet Abulele, thanks you so much for the spell you cast on my husband' ever since i did exactly what i was told, my husband has been so lovely and caring and hardly come home late as he normally does, right now i am enjoying my husband just as we were 7 years ago when i married him. thank you so much for saving my marriage i own you my gratitude for life and for anyone who is having problems in his or her marital home or relationship i strongly recommend Prophet Abulele and i assured you with confidence within some couple of days your case would be resolved just as mine, once again you can reach him on his email: prophetabulelehealingtemple@gmail.com

sophia
ohis, AL

Nineteen years and still going....

I wrote 5 years ago my story (which I can't seem to find on here). My journey was filled with miracles. My life has been blessed. My diagnosis was a Stage 3..and through the great blessings of my Father in Heaven...had been downgraded to a Stage 2. Only through the great love that my Father in Heaven has for me - great faith and trust - and the love and support of my family - I am here today! Six beautiful children, eight wonderful grandchildren. I feel healthy, strong and ready to take on the world. Don't give up.

Dianne Singleton
Springville, UT

THE GREAT HEALER

Hello every one i came to help there is a spell caster called PRIEST ADE he is a great healer he can cure all kind of diseases like any kind of cancer ,HIV/AIDS, HPV any kind of diseases email him at ancientspiritspellcast(AT)yahoo.com he will be of great help never be lonely or cry anymore help has come your way

Janice
Ohio, OH

(MUST READ) HOW I GOT MY SOLUCTION

MY Joy is back to me after a very long time which i an my ex separated since i was alone my life change,every thing about me change a friend of mine gave me an email address and told me that this was the email address she contacted when she was in the same problem so i contacted the email i got a reply he ask me to send him my number so i did he was a man call PRIEST ADE he is a spell caster he caster a spell for me and told me that within two day that my ex we be back for good within that two days my ex was back, i and my ex just got married. few week back, you can contact him at ancientspiritspellcast(AT)yahoo.com once again thank you PRIEST ADE

Amy
alabama, AL

Pink Sisters, Ink Sisters

Meaningful Ink Sisters

We chose to be Ink Sisters after life made us Pink Sisters.

Allow me to introduce my Pink Sister, Ink Sister, Robin. We have been friends for 20+ years. Our daughter's grew up together and were good friends. During my breast cancer diagnosis, Robin took my youngest daughter with her family to visit Washington, DC which really helped my daughter get away from the whole cancer environment and have meaningful time with friends. Now, Robin and I are Pink Sisters. She was diagnosed with breast cancer three years after my diagnosis. We chose to become Ink Sisters.

Robin volunteered to go on this adventure with me. She got this beautiful tattoo on her calf because her prayer through her treatment was and continues to be: To Walk In Faith. Robin is a five year cancer survivor.

My tattoo is special because it represents overcoming breast cancer. I designed this tattoo to include the word ‘Hope’. The most important part of my tattoo is that little word hope. Do you see the cute little legs on each side of the ‘H’ and that special ‘e’ as the last letter? I love that about my tattoo because it is my five year old granddaughter’s handwriting. Therefore, it is so special. Every imperfect line of the ‘e’ is perfect to me.

Every time I look down at my wrist, I'm reminded that I am an eight year cancer survivor. I am also reminded that this is a mark I chose to put on my body and that I am a warrior. You can follow my blog at www.laurasjourneyofhope.com.

Laura Starner
Lakeland, FL

my love

7 years ago my Apache use to nip my right breast, same spot. Then she jumps up hits it. That evening I showered and checked my breast. There was a lump. Had a lumectomy. Then breast removed. Been cancer free 7 years. But the one that saved my life passed on.on Wednesday 11 2017, my baby had to be put down. She save my life. Love her and having a hard time. O and have to pay $290.00 to put her down.

Phyllis Kehoe
Chilliwack, BC, Canada

A Tribe of Fabulous Fighters

My soul sisters. We are not connected by blood but by energy and essence. You bring unconditional love and support at the perfect times and understand and share the same mission and purpose. For you I am grateful - We are the Soul Sisters Tribe. - Fab Marie

I have been blessed to have built an inner tribe of woman who not only support me but support each other. We are all from different backgrounds, upbringings, and adversities. We all have our own struggles and fight but we all share the love and respect for each individual person. The battles we face collectively would make anyones head spin, but the journey we have taken together is nothing short of divine intervention. We have been brought into each others lives for a purpose. Whether that purpose is to teach us, to guide us, or to show us. Some women are lost in the fire this tribe of amazing women has been built from.

Fabulously Fighting is not just a name, it is a way of life and has a core belief that facing adversity can be down right shitty, but your life doesn't have to be. The Tribe of Fabulous Fighters has many different faces. Faces of those who have gone through hell and back, those who are fighting like hell right now, and those who are supporting someone fighting. No matter who you are, we are in this together, no one fights alone.

Fabulous Fighters have fought a thousand battles and are still standing, cried a thousand tears but still smiling, have been broken, betrayed, abandoned, and rejected. We walk with our heads held high, laugh loudly, and proudly. We are Fierce, we are Fabulous, and we are Fighters.

“You are my people. This is where life is LIVED. These are the moments, the people that make life worth living. These are the people who make life beautiful. These are my people. THIS is my tribe.” -unknown

Fabianna Marie
Boston, MA

My Breast Cancer Journey

On December of 2014 I had my yearly gynecological exam with a new doctor. She found a lump in my left breast, but I wasn't alarmed because in the past I had experienced several benign cysts in both breasts. The doctor ordered a diagnostic mammogram for December 15. The day of the mammogram, the radiology doctor looked at the films and wanted an ultrasound on the spot. That was the first time I felt fear that this could be serious. After the ultrasound, a biopsy was ordered and on the last day of December 2014 I got the call no woman ever wants to receive. I was told by the surgeon that the tumor was cancer, but since it was small, he didn't think it had gone into my lymph nodes. I had a lumpectomy on January 12, 2015 and unfortunately they found cancer in my lymph nodes, and they removed 10 nodes. I truly felt like I was in the midst of someone else's bad dream, and I couldn't wake up.

My final diagnosis was Invasive Ductal Carcinoma Stage 2A, Hormone Receptor-positive, and HER2-negative. I had 4 rounds of chemo and 36 rounds of radiation, and I'm now on Femara for 10 years. I just had a bone scan and PET scan and got the results NED – no evidence of disease! I'm grateful beyond measure to God for his protection and faithfulness to me through all of this, to my oldest daughter who held my hand on the journey, to my youngest daughter who prayed daily for me, and to all my family and friends who encouraged me along the way. I'm so thankful for my life.

Paulette Domingo
San Diego, CA

I have submitted several stories about me being a breast cancer survivor I would like to share one more story

about 8 days ago I had a great niece to get married and I went to her wedding and had a fantastic time my point is for those just diagnosed is to dance even if it is in the privacy of your own home dancing has made me feel younger that I actually am, my actual age is 66 but when I am dancing I feel like a teenager again even though it has been 20 years almost since I was first diagnosed with breast cancer stage two.

Donna
MERRYVILLE, LA

4th Time Around

I was 25 years old when I was first diagnosed with breast cancer. I had no family history of breast cancer and the only reason I caught it was because it was on the outside of my breast. I thought it was some kind of bug bite but after a month it hadn’t gone away so I went to the doctor to have him look at it. He didn’t think it was anything but did a biopsy anyway. The biopsy came back positive for breast cancer. I opted for a lumpectomy with chemo and radiation. He said if I make it 10 years cancer free its a good chance it wasn’t coming back. Sigh of relief when I hit year 10. Well, year 11 I got diagnosed again, same breast. This time they did a mastectomy and chemo. 3 years later, a got breast cancer in my other breast. This time they did another mastectomy and a hysterectomy. They said, let’s get it all that way you don’t have to worry about ovarian cancer. Whew, nothing left, right? So why did I just get diagnosed with cancer again? Did anybody know that you could still get breast cancer after having a double mastectomy? Guess, I’m in that 1%. Anyway, God did it before he’ll do it again. I know I’ll be alright but please stay vigilant in checking yourself and getting your regular checkups, even if you’ve already had mastectomies. Also, please donate to breast cancer research. Things are so much better now with the treatment plan than they were 23 years ago. God Bless!

Lynette
Kansas City, MO
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