Click hereto see Natalie ("Thank you cancer" blog) go topless along with countless other women in #TruthorBare; an initiative by The Boob Book Project inspiring conversations around diversity and contributing to the self-love revolution. These anonymous topless selfies will become a part of the art series which will be featured in The Boob Book, www.theboobbook.com and interactive art exhibitions around the world.
Click here to read Melmira Bra and Swimsuits blog. Shopping for lingerie and swimwear is always deeply personal, and sometimes daunting, particularly for post-surgical clients.
Click here to see Natalie’s feature in Bustle Digital Magazine, on products women use while going through cancer treatment. By multimedia storyteller Bee Quammie.
Click hereto read Natalie’s personal story in xoNecole Online Platform for young women to share their personal stories, indulge in career, beauty and relationship tips, and speak their minds on the latest in culture news and politics. (October 2018)
Natalie was one of the 1,029 women between 35 and 45 who answered Chatelaine's very nosy questions in Chatelaine's #ThisIs40ish, the secret lives of Canadian women.
Chatelaine photo shoot and video: http://www.chatelaine.com/this-is-40ish-2017 (January 2017)
Twitter: https://twitter.com/Chatelaine/status/818810135845945344?s=09 (February 2017)
Additional news articles and television shows with Natalie Wilson:
Connected Woman Magazine, Healed to Heal: When Natalie Wilson's life was thrown a curveball, she fought back! (January 2018)
CBC's Daytime Show, The Good's: Natalie Wilson on CBC's The Goods sharing her story (October 2017)
The Nikki Clarke Show: Natalie Wilson (June 2017)
Certified Coaches Federation Feature Friday: Natalie Wilson (February 2017)
www.dailymail.co.uk: Natalie Wilson, of Ajax, Ontario, Canada first found a lump in 2008
www.thesun.co.uk: Natalie Wilson, 43, is now launching an online forum, where women can share their inspiring stories, and feel less alone
michaelbaisden.com: Young Mother Has Reconstructive Surgery Using Tissue From Corpse
www.mirror.co.uk: Cancer-stricken mum has breasts reconstructed using tissue from DEAD BODIES 'to look like a woman again'
Please note, Natalie Wilson or High Heal Diaries does not endorse these sites or their content. Talk to your health care provider about your specific concerns.
Breast Cancer Information Sites
Canadian Breast Cancer Network cbcn.ca
A national network of breast cancer survivors.
ReThink Breast Cancerrethinkbreastcancer.com
Offers special programs for young women with breast cancer.
BRA Day (Breast Reconstruction Awareness Day)bra-day.com
Promotes education, awareness , and access for women considering post-mastectomy breast reconstruction.
Canadian Cancer Societycancer.ca
For information about cancer, information assistance for patients receiving treatment, and many other resources, contact your local Canadian Cancer Society office.
Princess Margaret Hospital – Patient Education & Survivorship uhn.ca
For information and services to support you during your cancer journey.
Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre – Odette Cancer Centre sunnybrook.ca
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Look Good, Feel Betterlgfb.ca
Attend a free workshop on tips to manage appearance related concerns (several locations in the Greater Toronto Area) or request a free magazine.
Willow Breast Cancer Support & Resource (via Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation) willow.org
Willow offers a number of services including peer support and resource information to patients and their family members across Canada.
Wellspring Cancer Support Centreswellspring.ca
Wellspring is a network of centres that provide emotional and psychological support, free of charge, to individuals and families living with cancer. Wellspring provides a wide range of cancer support programs and services to serve the emotional, social, and informational needs of people living with cancer, and those who care for them.
Gilda's Club - Toronto gildasclubtoronto.org
Gilda's Club is a meeting place where men, women, and children living with cancer, as well as their families and friends, can join with others to build social and emotional support as a supplement to their treatment of choice. Gilda's Club offers support and networking groups, lectures, workshops, and social events in a non-residential, home-like setting. There is a network of centres in many cities nationwide.
Hearth Place is a cancer support centre in Durham Region (Oshawa) that provides community support for patients and their families dealing with cancer.