It’s all over, says Nadia Jamil with happy, empowering posts on last day of radiation
Legendary Pakistani actress Nadia Jamil revealed in April 2020, that she was diagnosed with breast cancer. She took to Twitter to share with her followers that she has stage one breast cancer with a grade three tumor.
“Last week I was diagnosed with cancer. Now 4 days in to treatment. In the last few days have felt all sorts of feelings from apprehension, fear, unbeatably huge love to calm, acceptance, patience, overwhelming gratitude & a deep sense of responsibility to my children, parents, loved ones, myself, you.”
Last week I ws diagnosed w cancer. Nw 4 days in2 treatment. In th last few days hv felt all sorts of feelings frm apprehension,fear, unbeatably huge love 2 calm,acceptance,patience,overwhelming gratitude & a deep sense of responsibility 2 my children,parents,loved ones,myself,you
— Nadia Jamil (@NJLahori) April 3, 2020
Nadia not only made sure to share her journey with her social media followers, but she also chose to stay optimistic and kept looking at the light at the end of the tunnel. She uploaded a set of selfies, paid gratitude to Almighty Allah, and wrote, “My hairs growing back 🙂 Alhamdolillah. Slowly and steadily. I think I’ll keep it a short buzz cut for now, because I quite like the shape of my head and would like to enjoy it a little longer. It makes my eyes shine.”
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My hairs growing back 🙂 Alhamdolillah. Slowly and steadily. I think I'll keep it a short buzz cut for now, because I quite like the shape of my head and would like to enjoy it a little longer. It makes my eyes shine. Thank you Ma for making it so nice. Hehe ???? How important it is to feel good about oneself na. Ok I still have days of doubt. But they are fewer and less intense. My self esteem depends a lot on what I'm doing for myself. A concept foreign to me before Cancer. I can also see who is not needed in my life and still be civil to them. They don't need to know unless they are hurtful and I don't need to hurt anyone's feelings, I just need to be strong and firm in my OWN boundaries. Protecting me is my job. I want to do it well. I want to enjoy life, I want to love life, I want to thrive. Anything that comes towards me by choice should be a choice I thoroughly enjoy. Yaaay! Life is a beautiful blessing. It's over in a flash and we are all headed towards meeting with eternity. So let's enjoy every minute of it together. Now.. I love you with all my heart. Your Nado #hairstyles #hair #cancerawareness
Nadia also posted a video clip of herself, grooving, just before the radiation on legendary Zoheb Hassan’s song ‘Muskuraye Ja’ and says, “A smile for all myself, all my friends out there who need one and for anyone who is feeling under the weather. Let’s not let anything keep us down for too long.”
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Aaaaand Muskuraye Jaaa! A smile for all myself, all my friends out there who need one and for anyone who is feeling under the weather. Let's not let anything keep us down for too long. Har ghaRi hai aik imtihaan! Girke hee sambhalte sab yahaaan! Muskuraye jaaaaaaa! Constant exposure to radiation can be daunting. But it is what it is. The radiologists explained how it is very targeted and keeping myself hydrated and the area moisturised helps a lot. So … Here goes! #smile #positivevibes #cancerawareness
The legendary actress chooses to don a saree on her last day of radiation. Have a look at this utterly optimistic woman sprinkling smiles as she embarks on her final radiation.
Finally, she posts a video clip oozing cheer, contentment, and gratification, writes, “From all of us to all of you…love, healing, positivity and joy”
“It’s all over,” she wrote, “May it stay over. InshaAllah,” she continued.
Lastly, the Damsa actress sheds light on something everyone needs to think about. She asserts, “We don’t get to choose what happens to us in life but we do get to choose our attitude. Wear it with a smile, hold your head high and rock on!”
Here’s wishing Nadia a life filled with an abundance of health and contentment galore. What are your views on the story? Have your say in the comments’ section below.
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