Look Good Feel Better… A Program of Confidence


We continue our three-part blog series in honor of National Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month with part two of Karen’s story. To read her first post, click here. By Karen from Washington, DC Everyone needs to start somewhere in the search for “normalcy” as a cancer survivor. At this point, I am bald. I have just…

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Ovarian Cancer…Quite the Journey. The First Step.


In honor of Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month, we will be sharing a three-part blog series that details the experience of an ovarian cancer survivor and Look Good Feel Better participant. Her name is Karen, and this is her story… By Karen from Washington, DC What a kick in the pants! Cancer! Who would have thought?…

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Mirror, mirror…who is the mightiest of them all?


By Lyz DeBoer Kreider, Ph.D. Last month marked the three-year anniversary of my mom’s last chemo treatment for breast cancer. She is in remission, Hallelujah!! It also marked the four-year anniversary of the day she cancelled her mammogram that was scheduled the day that my grandfather died. She cancelled the mammogram and didn’t reschedule it.…

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Confidence Matters: From Last Pick to Marathon Runner

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During Look Good Feel Better Week (the last week of April), we launched a digital initiative focusing on the fundamental component of the program: Confidence. The confidence that women develop once they’ve gone through the program… that empowers them to return to their daily activities without feeling defeated, and to manage their cancer journey. The…

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Volunteer Spotlight: Victoria Littlefield, Pittston, Maine


The next volunteer featured in our National Volunteer Week blog series is Victoria Littlefield, a Look Good Feel Better volunteer from Pittston, Maine, who has been recognized with the 2015 Look Good Feel Better National Sunrise Award in the LGFB Certified Volunteer category. Victoria Littlefield has been a volunteer with the Look Good Feel Better program for more than…

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Volunteer Spotlight: Hans Kalset, Metro-DC

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We continue our National Volunteer Week blog series by highlighting Hans Kalset, a Look Good Feel Better volunteer from Potomac, Maryland, who has been recognized with the 2015 Look Good Feel Better National Sunrise Award in the PBA-LGFB Certified Volunteer category. Hans has been a committed Look Good Feel Better program volunteer for 18 years.…

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Volunteer Spotlight: Sharon Howard, Kansas City, Missouri

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The second post for our National Volunteer Week blog series features Sharon Howard, a Look Good Feel Better volunteer from Kansas City, Missouri, who has been recognized with the 2015 Look Good Feel Better National Sunrise Award in the General Volunteer category. A registered nurse, Sharon has been a vital part of the Look Good…

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Daughter Recounts Mom’s Reawakened Sense of Beauty through Look Good Feel Better

Last week, we introduced you to Look Good Feel Better’s partnership with Fashion Project, an online retailer where your clothing donations and purchases give back to Look Good Feel Better. This week, we want to share a personal story by Paige Smith, Fashion Project Stylist, about Paige’s mother’s experience with the program, as we honor…

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Look Good Feel Better Week: Helping Better Begin

Look Good Feel Better Week, April 26 – May 2, 2015, has always been a time when we work to create heightened awareness of and support for our program. It is a week that enables us to draw some attention so that we may continue to run our workshops and support women with cancer across…

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