Jasmine Elnadeem

What it feels like when you told that you have a cancer?!

When I was told I had a cancer, I didn’t yell, I actually laughed.

I don’t believe in fate or miracles. I believe that only my will can shape the future.

I always laughed when I panic!! Hahaha!!

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The days that follow are full of shock, denial, fear, anger, and even sorrow.

I realised also that the ones who think they know me, they really don’t know anything at all.

My therapist lately told me that I’m a strong woman for being able to fight for myself over and over again.

But I have to say that I took long time working on my emotional state before I was able to actually share anything about my cancer to people.

Sharing my cancer story still not an easy task, I don’t know where to start, and when I do, people react to this kind of news in different ways.

Some reacted negatively for not knowing from the start. Others were reminded with their own fears about cancer and started to ask me questions as if I was an expert.

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I believe that we are free to share what we want and I still refuse to share certain information which I consider very private.

In the end Knowing about other people’s personal experience of cancer can be a source of support and inspiration when you or someone you love is going through cancer treatment.


There is beauty in a woman whose confidence comes from experience. She is not afraid to take risks knowing if she should fall she can pick herself back up and move forward. I have started to do this and I believe that you can do too!!





Thursday sweat .. Today I invested in myself. I had today off, so it was time to wake up early for some training. I took my training to the next level.

I’m done with my first Thai PT session with AndrĂ© at Fightbox.



Today’s session focused on technique. AndrĂ© is an awesome coach and he is so generous when he explains the right moves.

Thai boxing or “Muay Thai” is a combat sport and martial art that has been developed in Thailand. It is known also as “The Art Of Eight Limbs”, because both hands, elbows, knees, and legs can be used to attack an opponent.


Today endorphins were because of the many high kicks. You know that there isn’t anyone who practices Thai that doesn’t want a higher kick. OMG so pumped!

I’m so looking forward already for the upcoming session.

Oh and thank you Emil for the awesome photos 🙂