“When I received my diagnosis, I was only 13 years old. I would say that I was active and loved playing sports, but I definitely didn’t do everything that I could have done to help the situation.
“I literally live for my health. I know what it is like to not have a choice when things go wrong, but fitness and health has helped me feel more confident in my body being capable to fight whatever comes next. I am a health and fitness coach, and it is one of my favorite jobs in the world. I love helping provide confidence to those around me as I fight through other medical issues now. Something that is a struggle for me in the health and fitness world, is constantly being “thyroid tired.” It makes it easy to give up and makes it easy to not want to keep going. I actually just found out I have Dicer1 Syndrome, which is most likely where my thyroid cancer came from. This has definitely changed my mindset and continues to push me to take care of myself.”
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