Rise Resolute Podcast

Cora: You are the strongest person you know.

August 19, 2020 Gina Meyer, DPT Season 2 Episode 33
Rise Resolute Podcast
Cora: You are the strongest person you know.
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Rise Resolute Podcast
Cora: You are the strongest person you know.
Aug 19, 2020 Season 2 Episode 33
Gina Meyer, DPT

Connect and Rise with Cora Fahy, Physical Therapist Assistant, cyclist for charity, avid paddleboarder and Cancer Survivor.  Cora takes us through her battle with Breast Cancer and so poignantly discusses how all of struggles in her life (including a considerable amount of loss) prepared her with the tools to handle her diagnosis.  She also talks about the foundation she now realizes her family and ancestors gave her upon which to build her strength.  Cora describes that we all have a warrior within and when we are faced with a battle, we can access the strength we need to get through.  She beautifully reminds us that grief happens to all of us in life, whether we are grieving the loss of a loved one, a marriage, a job, our health... but it's how we respond to that grief that reveals who we are as people.  It's always a choice.  We can choose to pull on all that we've learned through our struggles to choose bravery.  We can choose to show up even when it's uncomfortable.  You can choose to remember: you are the strongest person you know.  Choose to say it and feel it and then you are it.

Show Notes

Connect and Rise with Cora Fahy, Physical Therapist Assistant, cyclist for charity, avid paddleboarder and Cancer Survivor.  Cora takes us through her battle with Breast Cancer and so poignantly discusses how all of struggles in her life (including a considerable amount of loss) prepared her with the tools to handle her diagnosis.  She also talks about the foundation she now realizes her family and ancestors gave her upon which to build her strength.  Cora describes that we all have a warrior within and when we are faced with a battle, we can access the strength we need to get through.  She beautifully reminds us that grief happens to all of us in life, whether we are grieving the loss of a loved one, a marriage, a job, our health... but it's how we respond to that grief that reveals who we are as people.  It's always a choice.  We can choose to pull on all that we've learned through our struggles to choose bravery.  We can choose to show up even when it's uncomfortable.  You can choose to remember: you are the strongest person you know.  Choose to say it and feel it and then you are it.