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Staying in the Drivers Seat

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Earlier this year, I took down my website after being diagnosed with breast cancer, an unfortunate family tradition. I lost my mom to the disease when I was 22-years-old.

My grandma, aunts, sister and niece also have braved this path before me. Who am I on the other side of recovering from treatment, finding a new normal after the removal of three malignant tumors and treatment?

Some of the changes are nuanced. Take the structure of this blog, for instance. It’s likely that the teacher-at-heart “old Mollie” would come out of the shoot with a list of key lessons learned through the cancer journey.

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