A Story of Hope: Carole Baral – Breast Cancer Resource Center Blog

A Story of Hope: Carole Baral

The best way to understand the impact of the BCRC is through the voices of our grateful and courageous clients who have experienced our programs and support community throughout their unique journey. We are grateful to Carole Baral for sharing her story.

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We are grateful to Carole Baral for sharing her story and celebrate her courage, strength, and positive spirit. 

The Breast Cancer Resource Center of Santa Barbara (BCRC) is here to support, encourage, and uplift anyone facing the challenges of a breast cancer diagnosis, treatment, as they work to navigate their unique journey.

There are so many questions and unknown challenges when facing a breast cancer diagnosis. The BCRC is here to listen, empower, inspire as well as provide practical support, guidance, and resources from diagnosis through survivorship.

Sometimes it’s providing a compassionate space of listening, nourishing soup, or a soft, warm hat, it may be fresh flowers to brighten the day, or the comfort of a community that knows how you feel. BCRC is here to help. Connection with our clients happens in many ways, including: support groups, meditation, education programs, peer counseling, and wellness phone calls.

The best way to understand the impact of BCRC is through the voices of our grateful and courageous clients who have experienced our programs and support community throughout their unique journey. We are grateful to Carole Baral for sharing her story and we celebrate her as a truly inspiring person.

Comments

Barbara Urbonas says:

Beautiful words and beautiful woman! Thanks for sharing!

Mary federoff says:

Beautifully said. You are and have been a shining example of positive thinking and living your truest life.
I am so lucky to have you as a longtime and dear friend

Lynn Dow says:

Hi – What an eloquent commentary on your journey to successful recovery and your “thriving and surviving” outlook. I commend you for sending hope to other people and for advocating for a healthy lifestyle. My mother also survived breast cancer with a radical mastectomy. I have been lucky not to have it so far but I worry for my sisters, my niece and her daughter. Thank you again for your message.

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