Pushing Past Fear

As 2020 continues to sucker punch many of us, our September Survivor reminds us that better days are always within reach. Even when we are slow to take action or extend our hand out for help. Dorothy Sanford learned a tough lesson in avoidance and procrastination. Back in 1994, yes the 90s, a coworker had a mammogram and passed away two months later. The combination of that timing stirred such a fear within Dorothy that she decided to avoid having a mammogram at all costs for as long as she could. Even as the years progressed and she felt a small knot in between her breasts she still wouldn't get a mammogram and brushed it off. As time went on the knot grew in size and discomfort. By 2005,

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