I would like to introduce to you an incredibly strong and amazing woman, Jenn Rozenbaum.

In July of 2017, Jen felt something unusual in her breasts. After taking a photo, she actually noticed a shadow in her breast.
Two days later, Jen was diagnosed with stage two B invasive lobular carcinoma. Otherwise more simply put she had breast cancer.

Two weeks later, she had a bilateral mastectomy followed by eight rounds of chemotherapy and multiple reconstruction surgeries.
Jen knew immediately upon her diagnosis that she had to give her disease purpose.
After she told all of her close friends and family about her cancer, she took to social media to announce her diagnosis and created a YouTube channel to document her journey that has helped inspire and support other people with cancer.

In this podcast, Jen shares with us how her real journey began after the cancer treatment as she learned how to back into her everyday life. She talks about her amazing photography business and how being able to shift her perspective helped her battle her illness.

Join us for this week’s episode and learn from an incredible woman with amazing insight and knowledge.

Listen to The Podcast Here

About Jenn Rozenbaum

Jen Rozenbaum is a portrait photographer, author, breast cancer survivor/advocate and hostess of the Life After Breast Cancer podcast. Through her work, she is helping women celebrate their unique femininity and helping breast cancer patients and survivors put their lives back together after cancer.

Jenn has been featured on TEDx, Creative live, ABC news as well as being a Nikon ambassador sharing her message of hope with women everywhere.

Jen Rozenbaum embraces her femininity while allowing women to embrace their own.
By daring her clients to shed their clothes, they begin to shed their inhibitions. Since 2008, Jen has found a burgeoning audience in the intimate photography market and is now sharing her shamelessly feminine® movement with women worldwide. She proves that you can own your world if you live fearlessly, think audaciously and act spontaneously.

Key Points From the Episode:

  • Jenn shares her journey living with breast cancer
  • She tells us how important it is to get mammograms and not to be afraid to go to the doctor when you feel a lump.
  • Finding cancer is not scary, not finding cancer is scary.
  • She encourages us to do a self-examination once a month.
  • Jenn talks about going into survival mode after receiving her diagnosis.
  • We have to normalize breast cancer bodies.
  • She tells us about her boudoir photography business called shamelessly feminine where she creates a safe space in her studio.
  • She talks about her life after breast cancer and dealing with suicidal thoughts and how hard it was to rejoin life.
  • PTSD from cancer is real.
  • There is a difference between feeling alive and being alive.
  • Cancer is a lifetime journey.

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