Leisure’s Role in #Breast #Cancer Awareness Month


In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, I am sharing an older post from two years ago.

Unless you live under a rock, you know that October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Do you know someone: a friend, colleague or family member who has been diagnosed with breast cancer?

I do. Way too many.

Do you know someone: a friend, colleague or family member who has died as a result of breast cancer?

I have. Way too many.

We are surrounded by images of pink ribbons promoting the fight against breast cancer in the world of leisure. From the National Football League where players wear pink towels, shoe laces, socks and other uniform accessories, to people wearing pink clothing, or sporting pink ribbons on their cars (and windsurf sails).

Read the rest here:

Source: Leisure’s Role in Breast Cancer Awareness Month | Second Wind Leisure Perspectives


9 thoughts on “Leisure’s Role in #Breast #Cancer Awareness Month

  1. leannelc

    It’s a terrible diagnosis to receive isn’t it Terri – I had three close friends who have done the whole chemo journey and fortunately came out the other side. I think it’s something we are all aware of all the time because it strikes so close to home.

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