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Too Lit Tuesdays on Endie Fiya: LIVE with Singer & Author ~ Linda Washington

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Linda Washington, singer and songwriter of Missing You ft Lamar, and a breast cancer survivor launches her kindle version book Forbidden And Broken Finding Love Behind The Scars on  Amazon. The book covers her heart touching and inspiring journey from her pre -treatment life of hopes and happiness to post-treatment life of rejection and empty sympathetic looks. 

The $9 Kindle version book is not just a collection of someone’s experience as a patient but it also portrays a picture of 3.5 million women with a history of breast cancer in the U.S. Given the little awareness and the pattern of society’s reaction based on concepts relating to breast cancer, the drastic change in Linda’s life is probably the unfortunate and inevitable fate of the one million women being diagnosed with breast cancer every year around the globe. The antidote to this menace is the protagonist that lies within, and of course Linda Washington horsed that. 

It cost Linda 10 years to prove that she is much more than a disease. Contrary to her belief enduring pains and prescriptions during treatment was not enough, but she had to face a lot more in her post-treatment years. Fighting and defeating breast cancer is the deed of valor and value, but Linda Washington was facing otherwise. After treatment, her decision to date became a nightmare for her and the hard-won battle against a disease tuned upon her as a stamp of rejection, the worst turn was when she had to handle her dear friends as well. Linda did not date for 10 years just because she had battled a life-threatening cancer. 

Linda is now living in Phoenix as a nurse, but now through her book, she wants to spread hope and tell the world how she came back stronger and ever successful.