I’m 35 and I may suddenly have lost the rest of my life. I’m panicking, just a bit.
Scott Riddle


Thanks for this. You are making your mark by sharing your journey with us. Thank you.

We all have battles to fight but ones are harder than others.Yours is with a frightening beast. Be brave, please.

One and a half years ago, in my late thirties, I faced my own monster: a breast tumour. Darkest journey ever: rivers of tears, questions, depression, insomnia, the worst nightmare…

I made a commitment since my prognosis: Fight till end, whatever it was.

Just one thing, Scott: Fight a good battle, an epic one! Day after day, step by step.

Always remember: Love, live, laught, do and believe so vividly and intensely every moment. Only now exists.

Life is a miracle, so you are. Believe it, you can beat that monster.

Keeping a journal helps me a lot with negative emotions. I am a believer that attitude really, really means.

With all my heart I am with you, warrior.

I send you my best wishes, all the strength of the world, good vibes and tons of love for you and your family.

Keep fighting!

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