• "Keep Swimming" - A phrase that we all can relate to, but maybe don't keep it close to our heart when times get rough.

    Asked by GregP_WN on Thursday, November 7, 2019

    "Keep Swimming" - A phrase that we all can relate to, but maybe don't keep it close to our heart when times get rough.

    Have you ever heard that phrase? It's a good analogy that is very similar to many others that float around every time someone faces something tough. But still, I like it. It reminds us that when we think we can't, we can. When we think we can't go on anymore, we can. When we think all is lost, it's not. We have to.....Keep Swimming. Our blog post today examines this line and it's deeper meaning along with other positive quotes. Take a look here-->>http://bit.ly/32mTl7b and after you read it please share it on your social media platforms because as we all know, we need more positive vibes floating around everywhere!

    3 Answers from the Community

    • BugsBunny's Avatar
      BugsBunny

      Thank you for the article, and I can totally relate! I have felt like I couldn't go any longer or at least I just didn't want to go on. But I always feel better after I get up and get going through the motions.

      11 days ago
    • JaneA's Avatar
      JaneA

      BugsBunny - I had a few more mop-up chemos to do and kept getting neutropenic. Would come back in a week and hadn't recovered. Finally got another chemo and Neulasta shot. Would go back in two weeks for chemo and counts be okay - two weeks later chemo delayed again. But I pushed through even though I wanted to give up and quit. It's a brain game for sure.

      10 days ago
    • andreacha's Avatar
      andreacha

      Thanks for posting, Greg.

      9 days ago

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