Your best resource for breast health advocacy

Feel For Your Life is the easiest online platform for learning about your options for doing self breast exams, developing screening routines and taking risk-reducing measures against breast cancer by providing you with a free app and a 6-step module to equip and empower you to feel confident about making decisions that pertain to your beast health advocacy.  

 

 




 

 

Your best resource for breast health advocacy

Feel For Your Life is the easiest online platform for learning about your options for doing self breast exams, developing screening routines and taking risk-reducing measures against breast cancer by providing you with a free app and a 6-step module to equip and empower you to feel confident about making decisions that pertain to your beast health advocacy.  

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The Feel For You Life App

Available in the App Store and Google Play Store, the Feel For Your Life app is a free resource allows you to set reminders, helps you track your progress and lets you join a private support community. It's the first of its kind created by a breast cancer survivor who found a malignant lump while doing a self breast exam. 


The Feel For You Life App

Available in the App Store and Google Play Store, the Feel For Your Life app is a free resource allows you to set reminders, helps you track your progress and lets you join a private support community. It's the first of its kind created by a breast cancer survivor who found a malignant lump while doing a self breast exam. 

COMING SOON: The BREAST Method

The BREAST Method is an online module composed of a short series of videos that show you how to be proactive in your breast health advocacy, select insurance, find the right medical provider, negotiate your medical bills and dispute insurance denials, create an encouraging support system and stand up for yourself with confidence. It was created by the Founder & Chief Advocate of Feel For Your Life in an effort to share her experience from her beast cancer diagnosis  to help other women navigate the complexities of the American healthcare system.  


Quick Resources 

 

HOW TO DO A SELF EXAM

 

 

WHEN TO DO A SELF EXAM

 

 

GENETICS COUNSELING

 

 

TYPES OF BREAST SCREENINGS

 

 

Hey, I’m Jessica!

A few weeks after turning 33, I was taking a shower one day when I discovered a lump in my breast. Thinking that it was a benign, hormonal occurrence, I decided to Google my symptoms and dismiss it. I had just gone to my well-woman’s visit where the practitioner had performed a clinical examination of my breasts. She didn’t say anything about a lump at the time, so I thought that what I found in the shower was nothing to be concerned about.

Nearly four months later, I was diagnosed with breast cancer.

After 16 rounds of chemo, 24 rounds of radiation, a double mastectomy, a hysterectomy, and a 10-hour reconstruction surgery, I’m celebrating life in remission by encouraging others to become their best health advocates. I started Feel For Your Life as a social media outreach project to tell my story and save the lives of others all over the world with a simple message …

Do your self breast exams.

Feel Your Cups & Fill Your Cup!

Thanks for visiting Feel For Your Life! I like to encourage others to do their self exams by incentivizing them with coffee (or treat of their choice). All you have to do is show this to the barista, and they’ll scan the code. If there's money left on it, your drink or sweet treat will be paid for!

 

Let’s Be Breast Friends!

Spam is the cancer of the internet, and I’m against that, too. I just want to touch base every now and then.