The warrior project

Talking about an illness that has impacted the person you are can be extremely difficult. It brings back memories that you may have spent a long time trying to forget. That being said, sharing your story can be beneficial for those around you as well as yourself.

“If you avoid your feelings, you also avoid understanding who you really are.”

This is why I believe it’s truly important to share your experiences and traumas with others to help yourself overcome them.

I understand that sharing experiences and traumas, that are associated to illnesses, can be difficult but, a new year means new goals am I right??


Are you or someone you know a CANCER warrior , CARDIOVASCULAR warrior, ANXIETY warrior, DOWN SYNDROME warrior, AUTISM warrior, DEPRESSION warrior, MULTIPLESCLEROSIS warrior, LUPUS warrior, BIPOLAR warrior??? Or a WARRIOR of any sort under the age of twenty five?

If so PLEASE message me (or email anyselebeau@yahoo.ca with the subject warrior project) & add yourself to the Facebook page https://m.facebook.com/AnysePermanentlyPink/

If you would like to participate but don’t want to share your name that is okay, you will remain anonymous.

Your participation requires a minimal amount of effort.

I’m looking forward to hearing from some of you.

Xox Anyse

Life isn’t fair

Life isn’t easy nor is it fair but my god is it worth fighting for. I wake up every morning thinking to myself is it ever nice to be alive. To smell the outdoors & to feel my feet touch the ground. My journey has yet to really begin as I embark into the next step towards a cancer free body, it’s inevitable I get a little emotional. (Let me remind you it’s okay to feel things- it’s okay to be sad, it’s okay to be nervous, it’s okay to be angry- EMOTIONS ARE MEANT TO BE FELT) People that tell you otherwise choose to neglect them.

I just want you to know that life sucks & rocks all at the same time,

I CAN’T STRESS IT ENOUGH; life is worth fighting for XO