The Light That Shines – The documentary

I truly hope that after watching this doco and looking at these amazing pictures you will please please go get a total physical exam. I kick myself all the time for ignoring the signs. I only ignored them because I was not educated about Breast Cancer. If I knew then what I know  I always  wonder were I would be today….. Jill

14 thoughts on “The Light That Shines – The documentary

  1. Thank you Jill for sharing your story. I have a friend who just had a double mastectomy yesterday and your message has helped me understand what she will go through and how best to support her. You are beautiful and an inspiration to all!

  2. You are such a strong person and such an inspiration to everyone (cancer or cancer free) Your strength can’t even be measured as it would be off the charts! Both of my grandmas had breast cancer so its always on my mind so thank you for sharing your story of hope and survival!! You are an Angel on earth!! Blessings!!

  3. Beyond beautiful, gentle, loving…………………the way we’re created to shine………..bless you all for shining on us and reminding us of what’s truly important in life!

  4. Thanks Jill. I too had breast cancer. Diagnosed in April 2008, mastectomy of my right breast that June.At the time they said 1 in 8 woman get breast cancer. I think I got it so somebody else wouldn’t. Like you I have an amazing husband. We have 2 beautiful sons too. So much to live for. Like you I look different. Some days it’s hard to look in the mirror but then I look up and I smile. I beat this. I’m still here. Keep smiling Jill. It’s gonna take alot more then cancer to stop you. God speed

  5. Hi Jill, You are an amazing individual. You are an inspiration to anyone who is enduring cancer treatments. You are in my thoughts and prayers and you continue to fight this ugly disease. Keep your head held high, you are a beautiful person inside and out! Sara

  6. please don’t give up hope…if you havent tried natural ways to help cure your cancer..please look into it you just never know…gerson therapy is one option…best wishes

  7. Truly, for me, the most profound presentation of Breast Cancer I could even imagine. My sister, my best friend, died from Breast Cancer when she was 40, it was the saddest thing that ever happened in my life, she left 2 children behind, if she had had the time to live, she would have wanted to do what Jill did. You are a tribute to all women who are affected by this disease, thank you for remembering my sister & I will always remember you. I Love You Jill, you are beautiful…..

  8. You are amazing! And absolutely stunning-on both the inside and outside. I am honored to be your sister in arms fighting against breast cancer. I was also diagnosed at the age of 33 and have thrived to go thorough the journey with more grace and dignity than the law allows ;-) Continue to stay amazing and spread such a positive vibe. I hope to see you on the runway in that Victoria’s Secret Million Dollar bra.

  9. Amazing, beautiful and inspiring! I too was diagnosed with breast cancer last year. I had a double mastectomy and chemo in 2012 finished Herceptin in April 2013. I started reconstruction this year. I look forward to meeting you in October 2013 at the Breast Cancer Awareness Luncheon in Athens, Tn.

  10. I am a two year survivor . I had reconstruction breast surgery last year and it have been a journey for me , I did the tram flap surgery so I have scar everywhere but I thank god for the life he has giving me an keeping my head up and staying strong . You are great inspiration to me that make me smile. I hope that I can do the same for others as you have.

  11. Jill … I’m fighting right there with ya… Different cancer but like you not letting it make my days dark … I’m doing the natural healing with suppliments and diet for now and I suggest it for everyone with or without to even prevent it !! It’s amazing along with prayer … If you haven’t tried it I would highly recommend it as you have nothing to lose only gain… Xoxo keep smiling!! :)

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