If you’re navigating a cancer journey
If you’re feeling overwhelmed, alone and afraid
If you long to feel understood and supported
If you’re needing guidance and clarity
(Or supporting a loved one who is)
Then the Healing Journal,
from cancer thriver Cindy Scott, is for you.
As featured on
Facing a diagnosis and navigating the bumpy terrain of treatment is a path we would never choose for ourselves.
Our lives are already busy and complicated enough without the unwelcome intrusion of a cancer diagnosis.
You may find your life is even more frenetic now, like you’re on a merry-go-round of tests, scans and appointments.
Too many of us feel overwhelmed, rushed and frazzled amidst a dizzying volume of new information and medical jargon.
We may wish for it all to go away. We would dearly love to get back to our usual routines. But unfortunately, there is no short-cut or quick fix to get through all of this.
And just when you wish you could rush through it all and race to the other side, the most helpful thing to do is to s-l-o-w down. Slow w-a-y down. But in a crazy world and with so much on your plate, where would we even start?
In soul nourishing chapters, we explore themes of grief, denial and anger, loneliness, hurt, loss, courage, wellbeing, comfort, self-care, soulfulness and sovereignty.
It’s been lovingly written for you, so you have a safe space to capture and reflect on your journey ahead through writing.
It is the divine book I wished I had received on diagnosis and perfect for a woman who is ready…
Ready for guidance, compassion, space, hope, truth, connection, inspiration, love, awakening, growth, spirituality, healing.
Ready to carve out space and time for what’s truly important.
More reverence for yourself and what’s sacred to you.
More clarity and wisdom, from a woman who’s already traversed this path.
Welcome to your Healing Journal.
“The impact of mindset on physical well-being is often overlooked during and after treatment of breast cancer. Cindy shares her personal journey and highlights the importance of acknowledging emotional turmoil and mindset during an experience with breast cancer. To completely treat breast cancer, we must consider the power and influence our minds have on mental and physical recovery and overall well-being. This book is a must-read of Cindy's journey sharing insights and hope and most importantly healing for all.”Emilia Dauway, MD, FACS, FRACSAuthor of “Live Fearlessly: Liberating Your Life After Breast Cancer”
This book is a wonderful resource for anyone going through cancer. Not only did it validate what I was experiencing, it was also a fantastic tool to help me navigate the tough emotional rollercoaster I experienced while going through treatment. The prompting questions in the journaling sections inspired me to go on a journey of self-inquiry and discovery, and were the perfect place to consolidate and process my experiences and thoughts.Juliet Wilson, Author of 'But you look healthy!’
Cindy has written a beautiful ‘journal’ that shares insights from her breast cancer diagnosis and recurrence with realistic and pragmatic practical advice. Cindy highlights the importance of prioritising yourself (something many women with breast cancer often neglect) to looking at how diagnosis and treatment can help you grow as an individual.
Learning to build yourself after cancer treatment is challenging. I strongly believe that Cindy's journal will help many women with breast cancer.Professor John Boyages AMRadiation Oncologist - Author, Breast Cancer: Taking Control
"I wish this book existed three years ago when I was first diagnosed. The true gift of Cindy's book is providing the space and structure for self-reflection that help us to make the choice about whether our cancer experiences define or destroy us. Even though my current second trip back down the breast cancer path feels a bit less scary, I sometimes find myself walking with my head down. But with this book as a guide, it reminds me to lift my head high with the courage to look back with self-compassion and straight ahead with courage and conviction.”Jodie Lydeker
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PART 1 – WHY ME?
Follow Cindy’s journey from her initial diagnosis and be inspired by her determination to not only survive but thrive from the insidious disease growing within her.
PART 2 – PRIORITISING MYSELF
Marvel at the negotiating Cindy undertakes with herself as she struggles to carve out time for treatment and rest; successfully undoing a life-long pattern and for the first time makes herself top priority.
PART 3 – MY CIRCLE OF SUPPORT
It takes a community to support a woman through cancer. Actively enlist the support of those who uplift and support you most and enjoy the many ways people love to offer compassion.
PART 4 – THE BIGGER PICTURE
Nothing has meaning but the meaning we give it so being mindful of the thoughts and stories we create around our cancer story are paramount. Cindy shares tips that helped her to stay focused and positive and sane through her treatment.
PART 5 – FINDING MY POWER
Taking responsibility for your health and choosing an active role in your treatment plan is key. Discover the ways Cindy claimed her power and chose to be informed and involved in key decisions along the path.
PART 6 – MY BODY’S WISDOM
Our bodies contain a wealth of insight and wisdom if only we would stop and tune in to their messages. Cindy shares some of the tools that helped her listen more fully with her body’s wisdom and allow her feelings to arise in order to heal them.
Part 7 – MY INNER SANCTUARY
A cancer diagnosis will send most of us into a state of shock and stress. Discover ways to bring greater calm into your life and find your sanctuary within.
Part 8 – MY SOUL’S PLAN
Rather than resisting the cards we’re dealt, trust that a divine force has your back and may in fact be giving you just what you need. Observe Cindy’s surrendering into her soul’s plan.
Part 9 – ACCEPTING WHAT IS
Making peace with what is and meeting rather than resisting is the true path to acceptance and healing. Follow Cindy’s journey to see her initial struggle relax into acceptance and ultimate gratitude for it all.
Part 10 – MY WISEST HEALER
Cindy believes that at the core, we are super wise beings. So wise we might just know what brought our cancer about and even more powerfully, what remedy will cure it. This part is about connecting with your wisest healer and writing your own best remedy to heal body, mind and soul.
Part 11 – LIVING MY SOULFUL LIFE
So many of us live a life of ‘shoulds’ rather than one aligned with our greatest passions and truths. Cindy shares envisioning tools to help clarify and make manifest your best soul-led life.
Part 12 – LOVE OF MY LIFE
Cindy openly shares her painstaking struggle to fit in and find love holding the view that someone ‘out’ there held the key. Only when she discovered that her greatest love is within her did she re-claim her being and find her way home to herself.
Cindy Scott is an author, speaker, Resilience Coach, Cancer Confidant and founder dedicated to helping women navigate life’s transitions. A multi-passionate entrepreneur, Cindy’s unique blend of talents and experience empowers women to see their potential, to take proactive steps to living a vibrant, beautiful, purposeful life.
Cindy is the Founder and CEO of Evolving Women Co, a platform for women who are seeking sanctuary; a place to heal, grow and flourish.
A former corporate leader, human resources professional and Executive Coach for some of Australia’s foremost leaders and companies, Cindy now travels the world speaking, writing and inspiring women around resilience, empowerment, entrepreneurship, emotional intelligence, mindset and wellbeing.