While many people going through a major life challenge like a breast cancer diagnosis turn toward friends and family for support, being a good friend to someone going through treatment can be a challenging role to navigate. There are also those who will receive a terminal diagnosis, and their experience along with that of their friends can be quite difficult to navigate. We turned to one of Runway’s trusted social workers, Karen, to get her thoughts on how to anticipate some of the challenges and identify the most helpful ways to “show up” for someone that you love.

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And we are suggesting that one way to face the hardest moment that you’ll have to with a friend or family member is to keep the idea of “resilient love” in front of the pain of an “impossible to bear” diagnosis.

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Today’s post is coming directly from me — for those who don’t know much about Runway for Recovery, I am the founder and executive director of the organization. I started it as a way to remember and honor my mother who died of breast cancer in 2001.  I am writing today from my own personal…

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For those of you who don’t know me yet, my name is Kristina Coccoluto and I am a fellow model. This year I am honored to be your Chief of Community as well.

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For over a decade, I’ve found myself starting a statement with the phrase, “well if I ran Runway full-time…,” referring to plans and ideas that were aspirational for an organization that I began when I was 25-years-old as a “soul project.”

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The 2016 Models: In celebration of our 10th Year Anniversary event, we’ve invited alumni and new models to walk together. Kristin Achtmeyer Nell Achtmeyer Helen Anderson Rachael Asselin Melanie Ata Jenna Auber Courtney Blackwell Marjorie Blackwell Laura Blackwell Pas Andrew Boger Barbara Boger John Boger Matt Boger Kim Bramante Kristina Bramante Coccoluto Stephanie Bramante Vanessa…

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