“Love yourself, you are your longest commitment.”
Mia Sophia was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma on July 27th, 2018. She is fighting her disease.
“I was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma on July 27th, 2018. I woke up with a lump on my neck and felt very sick. I ended up being admitted into to ER where tests were done and I was finally diagnosed with cancer.”
“My journey of cancer has really shown me to appreciate all the small things in life. To love myself more than ever and to learn to be strong. It’s a journey to help me realize that being in the moment is so important. It’s teaching me how to be vulnerable and how to pick myself back up. This is a journey that no one can take from me and it’s helped me realize that happiness comes from within. I’m a fighter and I am strong.”
“My biggest motivation in my fight against cancer is knowing I can overcome this. This is a huge life lesson for me and it will only make me a better, stronger person in the end.”
“My biggest hindrances in my journey is not being able to live my life like I used to. I can no longer be careless with my body and activities. It’s helping me be in the moment and listening to my body most. It made me put myself first, which is not a bad thing.”
“My message to other cancer patients would be to love yourself. Fall in love with your own life and everything else will come together. Know your worth and realize that life is too short to sweat the small stuff. Appreciate everything you have and be grateful for it all. You’re a warrior.”
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