Fighting cancer is never easy. But, some cancer survivors are gathering the courage to share their cancer struggle with others so that their story inspires others to battle. One such courageous person is Sonali Bendre.
Since she has been diagnosed with cancer back in 2018, Sonali has always displayed great courage. All her messages over this time have given hope and strength to many more facing similar circumstances. Be it sharing her cancer struggle with her son or thanking her husband Goldie on their wedding anniversary with an emotional note, all her messages were full of positivity, love, and determination.
Sonali’s latest Instagram post has once again touched our heart and we are sure it will touch yours too. On World Cancer Day (February 4), the 45-year-old actress shared a heart-warming message in a video, in which she not only shared about her ordeal with cancer but also how she battled it like a true hero.
Sonali spoke about how life changed since the diagnosis and how it gave her the “patience to look for the light at the end of the tunnel.”
The caption on her post read,
“Note to self. For the rest of you, listen to your body and go for regular checkups, early detection helps.”
In the video, one can hear Sonali Bendre saying,
“Change is the only constant in life and how life has changed. It’s been almost two years. These two years have taught me many lessons. Gave me the patience to look for the light at the end of the tunnel.
In this, I found my new normal and the strength to switch on the sunshine every day. The journey of knowing who I am reminds me that I am much more than this.
For all of us going through this, let’s remind us that cancer doesn’t define us.”
Many came forward to shower their love and blessing on Sonali Bendre.
At IFORHER, we applaud not only Sonali’s courage to fight against cancer but also her determination to support others struggling with cancer. As her positive notes are helping many to fight their struggle, we hope you would also seek inspiration from Sonali and support people who are battling for their life.