Meet Author, Mother and Cancer Survivor Rennata Cage-Becks
Today at She Inspired Her we are shining our spotlight on new Author, Mother and Cancer Survivor Rennata Cage-Becks, who is a firm believer in the idea that "we are what we think" and knows from her own personal journey that healing can follow scarring.
Rennata has been on a cancer journey with her own family members and witnessed 5 family members, two of whom were her mother and father, deal with cancer before gaining their wings. She now firmly believes that the illness has been lifted off of her family, ending with her.
A cancer survivor herself, Rennata survived a rare cancer called leiomyosarcoma, which is a soft tissue sarcoma. She was only the 37th documented case of this very rare cancer.
Rennata is a nurse, a wife, a mother, and a survivor. She encourages women to do regular self-check breast exams and that men also do the necessary checks often, as early detection does save lives.
Rennata has written her first book titled 'Scarred but Healed'.
In 'Scarred but Healed' Rennata discusses her journey with her family’s health issues and her own. The book will be released on February 19, 2019 and will be available on Amazon.
Scarred but Healed is an encouraging book that tells others how they can overcome. Rennata wants readers to know that regardless of how things may look, you have to believe and expect the best.
One of Rennata Cage-Becks' resounding messages is that "We cannot allow others to determine our outcome. We are what we think and even when we are hurt, better days lie ahead"
Healing follows scarring.
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