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Blaming oneself is one of the first reactions to something negative in our lives, yet it can often do more harm than good. Read more in Psychology Today about how to stop.

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A gratitude list is a diary of things for which one is grateful and can help those who wish to focus their attention on the positive things in their lives. Gratitude, the feeling of appreciation or thanks, has gained a lot of attention in the field of positive psychology. Some studies have found that those who are habitually grateful are happier than those who are not.

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Even when everyone is asking to have a piece of your time, you must make time for yourself. Here is an article on Oprah.com on how to make time for yourself.

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Paul Kalanithi’s memoir recounts how living with lung cancer taught him a lot about how to live, called When Breath Becomes Air.

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Since 2006, the Triple Negative Breast Cancer Foundation strives to increase knowledge, awareness and research into Triple Negative Breast Cancer. In addition to increasing knowledge, TNBCF also provides informative and nurturing spaces for TNBC survivors and caregivers.

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30% of patients will become metastatic, yet MBC research only receives 2% of breast cancer research funding. In response a group of MBC survivors formed METAvivor. This volunteer led non profit is the only organization in the US that exclusively funds MBC research.

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In 1991 LBBC was born with a mission to connect breast cancer survivors with support and quality science based information. That mission continues today with specialized programs for a variety of underserved communities.

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As the largest professionally led nonprofit network of cancer support worldwide, Cancer Support Community focuses on the emotional and social needs of individuals facing cancer.

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Patient Advocate Foundation and its sister organization NPAF assist over a million patients across America access quality care and overcome financial hurdles during the most vulnerable time of illness.

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Breast Cancer.org provides up to date, reliable information about breast cancer covering a range of issues including symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, risk factors and daily living with cancer.

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Now in it’s 20th year, Young Survival Coalition was formed by three women to address the concerns, challenges, lack of information, and research regarding young women living with breast cancer.

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A major private foundation committed to early stage research, Breast Cancer Alliance offers support to young research talent and breast cancer surgeons through grants and fellowships.

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