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About Carrie

My name Is Carrie Nash. I live in Roanoke Virgina

This is My Story

My name is Carrie Nash. I live in Roanoke Virginia. Have two adult children and 2 granddaughters.

I work at a Vetearns Hospital as a Supply Technician for the OR department and I have an online business as a Customer Service Specialist.

My business name is Helping Hands Investors. I love helping people.

In 2014, I was diagnosed with Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia (CLL). I consider myself as a fighter. Every day, I fight to live my highest potential. I never expected me to be writing like this but I am having a lot of fun doing it. One thing I would like to do is Blog about my condition. I would like to help people realize with this condition I have, you can still live a healthy happy life. Once again it’s a choice!

My niche is going to be about helping people. I’m calling it Helping Hands Investor

WHY YOU WANT TO HELP PEOPLE

I want to help people to understand living with CLL is not so bad after all. I know some people are scared out there maybe I could help. Letting them know they are not alone. I can teach them how to eat right and tell them about the special vitamin I was on.

 

THE GOAL OF YOUR SITE

My goal is to Help people understand there is someone who cares

If you ever need a hand or have any questions, feel free to leave them below and I will be more than happy to help you out.

All the best,

Carrie Nash

helpinghandsinvestor.com

 

122 Comments

  1. I am sorry to read that you have been diagnosed with CLL. I find it a very noble initiative that you want to help other people with the same disease. Your site helping hands investor could in the end be a king of forum where persons having the same illness can speak out and help each other.

    I read something about it and was wondering why especially the elderly are affected by this form of cancer. Scary that it attacks your immune system, but good to read that you can do something about. I guess that you have to be extra careful theses days with Covid-19?

    1. Thank you for reading. I now see this website is very important for others to learn. I see you have done some research but some of it is not right . I was a member of a Facebook page but they kicked me off. That’s another sad story. I found CLL comes in many ages some are children. I am really not that old either. LOL!!  My doctor encouraged me to get the message out. He told me I was a good positive example of a CLL survivor. Thank you so much for accepting my story. There is more to come.

  2. Hi Carrie. Thanks for sharing your desire to help people with CLL. This is so inspiring in that you are using what you already know and what you are finding out to help people cope with the condition. Rather than just saying it to one or two people, you are actually operating a blog as an online business. That is such a noble effort. Thank you for introducing yourself and sharing your information. God bless you and your family.

    1. LOL  How funny. I did not know I was creating a blog. Thank you, I feel like I am heading in the right direction.

  3. Hi Carrie,

    You are diagnosed with CLL and still, you want to help others. That needs lots of strength and courage. It’s a great initiative you have taken upon your shoulders. I am sure your website will be very helpful for all those who are fighting this condition. Whatever you will share on CLL will be from your heart.

    I wish you all the success and good health in your endeavor!

  4. Nice to meet you Carrie! It is definitely interesting to learn about you, as I searched around your site I could see that you have a true passion for your niche. Thus, I appreciate everything you have to say and I really find it to be valuable for my life. As I’m sure other people feel the very same way. Anyway, thank you very much for this website I have saved it for future reference

    1. Thank you Misael H for your comment. I am hoping my experience can help others. It gives me a great deal of encouragement to continue helping people understand what it is like living with CLL

  5. Hello there, Carrie! Sorry you had to go through CLL. I really admire that despite what you went through, you still have a heart of strength and courage to even want to help others who also have it. Thank you for reaching out to them and giving people hope because I am sure things can feel really dark and lonely at times. I wish you success with your website!

  6. It’s sad to read about your condition, but so inspiring that you have decided on a happy life despite it. You’ve proven that pain might be unavoidable, but suffering is indeed a choice. I wish you the best on your journey, and that you will help many others who have the same or even similar condition as you.

    1. Thank you so much much for your encouraging words

      I feel I can continue showing people just because you been diagnosed with something it doesn’t mean it’s the end of your life. Thank you

  7. I can’t imagine how it must feel living with CLL, but I am sure that others who don’t know how to cope with it as well as you possibly might. You are going to be a great inspiration to others as you try to help and comfort them through it and I feel what you are doing is amazing, there should be more people like you in this world.

    1. Thank you so much. CLL did not end my life. It taught me how to begin my life. I had to make a decision, Did I want to die with CLL or did I want to live with CLL?  I chose to live, laugh and love with CLL for the rest of my life. I made a life change. Happiness is the best medicine. 

  8. Wow you are sure taking on the world and the way most people think. I lost my mother in law to this and watched her suffer. I am 88 years old now and have had several bouts with cancer nothing like yours but I just keep on going So proud to read about you and the way you are facing this It is just fun to wake up every day and have a smile on your face that is a choice we all get to maker. I take most of the same vitamins you do and I know you are happy to share this I am sure many people will find this in the future and benefit from it  God bless you

    1. Thank you so much. Everyday is so beautiful to me and I remain thankful. It might sounds like a tragedy to some people but it’s more of a blessing in disguise.

  9. Thank you Carrie I am sure many people will be grateful to have information and share their experiences with you.

    It is very noble of you to reach out to others like you are and I hope you gain a lot of satisfaction from your experience.

    You seem to have chosen an interesting niche and you will find a lot of information that will help others.

    All the best and stay safe

    Best wishes

    Sheen

    1. Thank you so much Sheen for checking out my site. Your encouraging words helps me move forward with my story. I do hope it reaches out to help inspire and encourage other people that have any other type of health issues as well.

      Thank you

  10. kHello Carrie. I have read your story, you have reach out to a few people and they have really appreciated you sharing your bout with lukemia. Im sure it inspires of lot of people.. keep up the good work and your spirit is inlightning. very proud of you as a person and your strength to keep smiling and being Carrie everyday. strong young lady.

    thanks for sharing and just know that i am here for you.

    Dee

  11. Hello Carrie, how amazing going through this, You are such an inspiration, you have chosen a path with a purpose to help people suffering from CLL. This will give hope to people when they visit your site. The fact that you have chosen to share your condition with the world, I think its a way of healing,  please keep writing so others can learn from you.  Thank you and keep doing what you are doing.

    1. Thank you so much Mary. Your encouragement gave me a WONDERFUL approval. I am sitting here in tears. You made my day. Thank you.

  12. Way to go, Carrie! Your post is very inspiring and encouraging. I admire people who are fighters and who don’t give up when they come up with an obstacle. It seems to me that’s when we get even more strength to fight for what we want and that’s a happy life no matter what! It is nice that you want to share your knowledge of this topic with others, that information and support can be of great benefit. I certainly want you to enjoy your writing and every day!

  13. I am happy that you have remained so optimistic about such a complicated illness and that you talk about it so openly will help many people. I wish you a lot of strength in coping with this disease, and it is good to see that you have decided that you can beat it. It is half the battle.

    1. Lea thank you so much. Your encouragement means so much to me. At first I thought this was a terrible niche. Something told me my life is a niche. I now see it is.Thank you again

  14. Absolutely brilliant! Insightful and caring! Having worked on wards with leukaemic patients and later in haematology clinics over a 30 year period, I can see just how valuable this knowledge is to those who have CLL or are having chemo.
    Thank you so much! I think your idea of HelpingHands is just great and I wish you every success. Best wishes.

    1. Thank you so much Ruth,
      Your kind and approval words means more then you can imagine. You touched my spirit in so many ways. You also gave me the courage to continue my story.
      Thank you again Ruth

  15. Your article is captivating, Carrie, if that is the right word to use. I don´t know anything about CCL, other than some that I have read in the news. I do not have anybody in my family that have it either, but we have had some cases of treatable cancer.

    I think you have chosen a great title and domain name which tells your story in a few words.  I didn´t know that you could treat the condition with vitamins. It will be interesting to get the details in your article about using vitamins with Chemo.

    All the best,

    Roy

    1. Thank you so much Roy. Yes the Vitamins play a major part in my healing. CLL is a blood cancer that starts in the bone marrow. When I was diagnosed it was in 90% of my bone marrow. My daughter researched every Vitiamin she could find dealing with the blood, bones and the immune system. She knew how Chemo works by killing good and bad cells. She gathered up the ones I will be taking and sat with my Oncologist and they came to an agreement. Now I eat foods rich in those vitamins. I take nothing now.

       

  16. Thank you Carrie for sharing your story. You have such a large and caring heart. This post is very inspiring as you are putting so much into helping other people with your condition. Some years ago my husband was diagnosed with lymphoma cancer. Maybe he would still be here if a site like yours was around then. Keep up this great work! 

    1. Thank you so much Juliet. Sorry for your loss. I lost my husband to Brain Cancer in 2017 I like to Thank my doctor for encouraging me to tell my story. I was kicked out of the Facebook group. I believe I was not sad enough. That made me feel guilty for being happy. But I promise I will not let anything still my joy. You gave me the courage to continue my story. Dealing with death when you have CLL. Stay tune.

       

  17. Carrie an article written with feeling from your experience with CLL. I feel it comes from the heart and your willingness in wanting to help others is very admirable. Through Helping Hands Investor I am sure people with the same condition will learn that you can have a life and learn how to deal with CLL. at the same time. All the best.

  18. Hi Carrie,

    NTMU and blessing to you from the UK, from my heart. Reading and browsing your site I deeply believe that you are a v brave magnificent woman. Amazing soul and very much courageous.

    Your site is the most truthful, honest site someone can find in this miserable and cheating words. I wish you much health and keep going. We will succeed. No matter what and How. God knows his ways.

    We will prevail.

    Much love & blessings to you

    1. Thank you so much angel170. Yes This story is my truth. There is more to my story and I am honored to tell. You do not have to be miserable because you are diagnosed with something. I always say God got this. Thank you so much

  19. Great post Carrie. This is different from all the articles I have seen so far. The layout is great and paragraphs are short and precise. Simple English that makes the article easy to understand.

     Personal experience makes it fit in that niche and certainly Carrie will be a product of a product. People living with CLL can relate with a real life experience survivor.

    Visuals are also great showing how you can be living with CLL and still be health and going to work and looking after family. Thumps up.

  20. Absolutely excellent article informative information for the support in helping people who are facing such illness, and may not know how to handle it.  I don’t have any of this issue, thank God, but I definitely have use for such information which I am willing to share it with others.

    I am very proud to be user of most to these  vitamins, not because I am ill, but because I have change to live a more healthy lifestyle. I appreciate this article.

  21. Your article is very engaging and informative.  I am intrigued to see how your personal experience has enabled you to be determined to continue to live life in its entirety. 

    You are not your condition. Your condition does not define you. Your article is highlighting that fact. You are a vibrant, fighter and your resilience and perseverance are shining throughout your article. 

    It was a pleasure indeed to meet you.

    1. Thank you so much Moni for those kind and encouraging words. I would like to help everyone know we can live with anything and still be living to our best potential. All the best to you.

  22. I’m sorry to hear about your condition. It’s very admirable the attitude you take toward it. I think that’s the best way to go. One of my friends from my freshman year dorm hallway was diagnosed with leukemia toward the end of our freshman year. I don’t know if it was CLL or something different. He was a little guy, but very athletic. Anyway, his condition slowed him down a little bit. He pressed on regardless.

    1. Yes William, When you are diagnosed with terminal illness, I believe God give us that time to make a choice that we never thought we were ready to make. That choice is, are you going to lay there and wait to die or are you going to get up and start living. I chose to start living. Don’t wait to be Happy. BE HAPPY!!. William being happy is a choice. Thank you so much William. 

  23. I really like the honesty with which you start off. and I agree with you we need more positive testimonials on how to deal with a chronic decease. You are an example for all of us. It makes me feel humble because when I have a day off I already start feeling uncomfortable. I would make a bad person if I were in your situation. Thanks for sharing.

    1. Thank you so much Karin for visiting my site. Thank you for the encouragement you gave me to keep telling my story.

  24. Hi Carrie, 

    My hat is off to you having had a diagnosis like you have and continuing to ‘live’ your life and moving forward. I enjoyed reading your story. I hope more will read it and be motivated to move beyond their issues as you have. My only concern in that regard is the name of your site because when I saw the word ‘investor’ at the end of your site I immediately thought it was a site about finance and I almost clicked away before reading further. 
    I’m also curious if you’ve done enough research to find out if there might be a natural cure or treatment for CLL that would help you recover a normal bloodcount instead of being tired all the time. 

    Blessings in your journey. Keep up the good work. 

    1. LOL!! Steve I am happy that you asked. I am not at all tired. I am a Supply Tech and I be all over that place. Safely of course. I have not been slow since 2018. I built a big fence in my yard by myself. I mow the lawn in the summer. I like to keep myself busy. I eat my veggies and drink plenty plenty water. I never sweat the small stuff. That means I do not STRESS! I learned stress can set me back. My doctor encouraged me to write this because he was impressed by the way I am. My blood levels are good. I am so Thankful and so grateful.  Thank you so much Steve for not passing me by. I used investor because I felt like I was investing in people lives, giving them  hope.

  25. Hi Carrie, I am honored to meet you on your blog. I like to listen to fascinating stories like yours of people who do not give up but decide to make something positive out of their situation. There are days I may get discouraged, but I meet people like you and tell myself, “Tomorrow will be a better day!” What a wonderful blessing to have people like you, with hope in your heart to go on and do your upmost to help others.

    1. Thank you so much Carolyn for checking out my site. I am so overwhelmed by all the good people that came to see what I have to offer. You guys give me the courage to keep writing and letting everyone know there is still life to live in the mist of it all. Thank you again

  26. Hi Carrie, not quite sure where to start on making comments about your article.  Think that you are a really brave person, looking the problem which you have in the face, and facing it head on.  What a brilliant idea to decide to help others, as a veteran myself, I try to help by being very involved in the Royal British Legion, so applaud with both hands what you are doing.  Without people such as you others will suffer, as a lot of people just do not care, they have the very selfish attitude of it will never happen to me.  Very well done may God Bless you with your endeavours.

    1. Oh Stuart thank you so much with your kind words. I really do appreciate you coming to my site. You know I work at a Veterans Hospital in Salem Virginia. It has it’s special rewards in itself. I sit out here in the lobby during my lunch break. Sitting with them  and talking with them. Grabbing there wheelchairs helping them get to their destination. I am a Supply Tech making sure they have everything they need.

      Thank you again Stuart. May God bless you as well.

  27. This is a very interesting and helpful niche . I understand well why you call yourself helping hands investor. I believe that people with the same challenge who will stumble into your blog , will be glad and grateful that they did. I agree with you a diagnoses with such a name is good enough to scare someone. Your site will give hope and bring life to many, Keep up the good work

    1. Awww. Thank you so much Bogadi 

      I am so thankful for people like you. Your encouraging words means so much to me. Stay tune I have more. It take a little time because I also work in a hospital. 

      Thank you again.

  28. Hi, Thanks for sharing what you’re passing through in life and willing to help others, who might be battling with the same issues. I might say that you are a very strong woman who wants to let people know that, even sickness can not hold you back to achieve your goals. You should be proud of yourself, Well done. 

    1. Thank you so much Dozzy, for visiting my site. I do appreciate your words of encouragement. You give me the courage to continue to tell my story. Thank you

  29. So sad and very sorry about the fact that you are coping with CLL and very glad that you have decided to share your experiences and offer help to people with similar condition. the site is a great initiative and will do exceedingly well as you will be discussing personal issues that will resonate with people living with the same condition as you are in essence its like a family. thank you for this decision 

    your article is concise and to the point and CLL is a topic that is not well discussed in simple language for the masses so will have good reception

    1. Thank you so much chukwuma. Your kind words gave me the encouragement to continue my story. Yes I am doing well. I go to work everyday. I run around. I am a Supply Tech. I am all over being safe of course. Staying stress free. Being Happy. On no meds right now. I am Thankful and Grateful that I can tell my story. Thank you again

  30. Hi Carrie. I’m sorry to hear about your struggles. Thank you for sharing your desire to help people with CLL. It is inspiring to me you are using what you already know and what you are finding out to help people who are struggling. You are going to help so I people with your message. I love that you have chosen victor not victim. Thank you for sharing your heart. May our God bless you and your family.

    1. Thank you so much Sue Pine, 

         Your kind words are very encouraging to me. It’s helps me continue moving forward with my story. I pray I am helping people not just with CLL but people in general. People and their loved ones with any other type of cancers or scary diagnoses.

  31. Hey carrie it’s a wonderful thing that you have done here. To be diagnosed with CLL and to reach out to others sharing your story and educating them and sharing your thoughts and knowledge on how best you think it can and should be handled is just awesome. May diagnosed persons get access to your blog so they can know the goodness you have on there. Continue helping and reaching out. 

    1. Thank you so much Tooksin. Those kind word brought joy to my heart. I do thank you for visiting my site, it means so much to me..

  32. Hi Carrie. Inspiration is difficult to find. We need the inspiration to fight and to live our highest potential! And I want to tell you, your story has inspired me. Please keep on fighting! Please keep going forward! Your family must be grateful for having a valiant woman so close to them. This day has been made to honor women like you!

    1. Thank you so much Paolo. You have inspired me. My eyes are filled tears and my heart is filled with joy. Thank you so much.

  33. Every so often I come across a website that stops me in my tracks and stops the incessant chatter in my head. Yours is such a site. At the same time that I am stopped in my tracks, it is comforting and reassuring to discover that there are people out there like you who are willing to put yourself out to help others. I am very sorry to learn that you have this condition and I can only send you my greatest hopes and prayers that you will be able to keep it at bay. I send you my very best wishes, Andy

  34. It was lovely to get to know you Carrie and I really admire that you have decided to just get on with living a good life and also see who you can help along the way. You should be proud that you have created your blog and will be sharing your story. Good luck with your plans.

  35. Hi Carrie, thanks for sharing your story with us. It’s amazing that you’re living with CLL and still have enough mental and physical energy left to decide to run a blog to help others that have been diagnosed with the same condition. That is wonderful and powerful. I wish you the best of luck on your journey.

    1. Hi Rachel, Thank you so much for your kind words and your support. I want people to have a little bit of hope. I feel like my diagnoses with CLL is Curse with a Blessing. It’s heard to explain but I am praying that my stories help me explain it better. Thank you again Rachel  

  36. Thank you, Carrie, for sharing your story with us. I am sorry that you had to go through the experience of CLL diagnosis, but I am very happy that you are a fighter, and that with your experience you are helping and encouraging others, and that you are spreading CLL awareness here on the wider web.
    I wish you much joy in creating the website and much success in your noble mission.
    Friendly greeting,
    Nina

    1. Hi Nina,

      I always want to help. I went on Facebook and joined the CLL group but the kicked me out. I was not sad enough I guess. I told my doctor. He was upset about that. He encouraged me to tell my story. He said create your own site. I thought he was joking. Well here I am I decided to tell my story. Thank you so much Nina

  37. Thank you for taking the time to share your story.

    By sharing your journey and all the twists and turns you will help people in similar situations to be able to stop and think, oh it’s not just me, Carrie experienced the same.  Oh is that how Carrie dealt with it.  Right I will try that.

    Many will feel less lonely and less isolated because you have taken the time out of your busy life to help them.

    I really think that you will help people all over the world to come to terms with their CLL and actually start to get life back into perspective and start to live again.

    I wish you every blessing not just in your own life, but in those you will help through your website.

    1. Welcome Geoff,

      Thank you so much for your kind words and support. I did not realize my life was that important. People like you made me feel like it is. Thank you so much again Geoff

  38. Hi Carrie, I must admit that you’re a real fighter. I’m truly sorry that you were diagnosed with Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia but fighting to live your highest potential every day and having a desire to help other people to realize that they can still live better lives is something that proves you to be a real fighter and I wish you all the best in achieving that. Hold fast to your dreams for your dreams will come true.

    1. Thank you so much Kokontala, Those words means so much to me. You and the others give me courage to continue with my story.

  39. Hello Carrie, You have created a wonderful space for anyone with Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia (CLL) to find support and encouragement. This is an impressive venture that is certain to help others within a supportive space. Thank you for raising awareness of CLL.  These resources will help those who need them and make sure they can live their best life, no matter what!

  40. Hi Carrie! Thank you for sharing about your story with us and I am happy to get to know you better. Sorry to hear about your CLL. I am glad that you find a way to distract yourself from your illness and it is great that you enjoy doing it. I cannot what you have to offer to us in terms of dealing with CLL. Good luck! 

    1. Hi Nuttanee, I have nothing much to offer but hope. I just want people to know that there is a life to live waiting  in spite of their diagnoses. Thank you so much for coming to my site. 

  41. Wow. I must honestly say that your story is powerful. Dealing with this condition must be a terrible experience but at the same time I’m sure that he has been a powerful experience for you. I look forward to reading more from your site because I want to feel empowered by your words and by your experiences which I’m sure will bring Positivity to everyone to read them

  42. Hello Carrie, I’m sorry to hear that you have CLL. I’m glad that you are using it as an opportunity to share your experience with others that have the same disorder. You are walking down the noble path to enlighten others with your knowledge. What are the top three things you would suggest to someone who asked you how they could handle CLL?

    1. Hi Micah, 

      The three things I would have to say is first you have to make Peace with that fact. Get to yourself cry about an hour or 2. Take a real deep breath, relax, breath slowly and calm down until your peace comes. 2.Then you have to Accept it. I have Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia (Stage 4) It’s not going away I have this. Unbelievable.  3.Then make the choice. What am I going to do with this blankly blank growing inside of me? Am I going to die with CLL or am I going to get up and live with CLL.  Then I chose to Live until I Die. You are not crazy when you talk to yourself. Talking to yourself helps you make good decisions. LOL. 

      Thank you so much Micah.

  43. Hi there, Carrie! Ahh, living with CLL must have been a difficult part of your life. I can’t even begin to imagine what it would be like. But I am glad to hear that you were able to find the strength to fight it. Furthermore, you even found the strength to help others who even have it. You also did your part to make CLL known. Thank you for all that you did and went through.

    1. Thank you so much Mike for visiting my site.

      Your words are so wonderful and encouraging to me. You and the others gave me the courage to continue my story. Thank you again

  44. Good luck with your business. I’m glad to hear you are a fighter. The choice to be happy regardless of the situation is a very important attitude to have. I agree it is a choice. I have learned that you can recognize the things that need to change, and improve and still be happy. Thanks for sharing your experiences, it will definitely help people.

    1. Thank you so much AL.S. Your approval means a lot. You help give me the courage to continue to tell my story.

  45. Hello Carrie,
    Thanks for sharing your story about Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia (CLL).  Your desire to help people is something special, you have been given a big life challenge, it could have gotten you down.  But instead you have overcome it and found the good in the situation.  I am so pleased to see that you are now so drive to help others.  This is amazing and there should be more people like you in this world – to give people hope.  I look forward to reading your specifics on how to help people with this condition and the “special vitamin”.
    God bless you, John

  46. Hi Carrie, I am so sorry to hear about your condition which must be a challenge. However, based on your heartfelt desire, I think the condition carries a blessing in disguise. Your journey as you work through your issues, must have a lot in common with several other people. It is a special calling on your life. Best of all when time has passed and you look back at all the people whose lives have improved because of your action, i am sure you will be fulfilled. Best wishes on your helping hands project.

    1. You got it JJ. My condition is a curse with a blessing. I’ve learned so much about me since my diagnoses. It has changed my life for the better. I choose to be Happy without a doubt. My happiness is very important to me. I learned how to forgive and mostly forget and move on. I do not stress because. I learned how to be patient with others. I learned every one is different and I respect their differences. Over all I learned how to be a better person. I learned how to Live, Laugh and Love more. 

      Thank you so much JJ

  47. Hi Carrie! You are a phenomenal and a very strong woman. The fact that you decided to help others go through that illness and educate us all on the topic deserves greatest admiration. I probably wouldn’t be strong enough to be able to support others while myself struggling with the disease. Sending warm hugs!

  48. Hi Carrie

    You are a fighter indeed. what I love about you is that you seem to be enjoying helping people. Your story is also so inspiring. I am deeply inspired. I am not living with CLL or any  other form of cancer but your post has given me so much hope in my other life struggles

    You are truly an inspiration. Continue to do the good work in people’s lifes 

    1. Thank you so much Boi,

      Your comment brought tears to my eyes and joy to my heart. I wanted my site to reach  others that was not diagnosed with anything as well. I wanted anyone to enjoy my post. 

      Thank you again

  49. Hello, Carrie wow, you are such a strong woman, respect. I love the way you fight for your happiness and health. You can help so many people on this planet with your experience. With your Blog, you can make people hope who just diagnosed with Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia (CLL). Not only them, I think for the families members it can also be very useful to see how you live a happy life.

    I am so proud of you, wish you so much luck. I send you all my love. Monique

  50. Hi Carrie
    Thanks for sharing a bit about yourself .helping others is a very noble cause especially when you have the experience which is so traumatic and you crossed that condition with Brave heart. That becomes example for others. You can always tell the people how to avoid CLL by taking Precautions in the initial state itself .It will help a lot of people around the world .Hats off to your courage and keep going .My wishes are with you.   
    Thanks and regards,
    Gaurav Gaur

  51. Thank you so much for sharing your story with us!   You seem like such a bright light, and what you are doing with this website is absolutely amazing I think.  I love how it shows so much that you really do care, and I think that will help many people like myself understand you better and want to keep coming back!

  52. Hello. Hope you doing well and it really encouraging that you doing this and write about you condition and CLL. Sharing you experience can help other people who struggle with CLL to live one happy and healthy life. You are a fighter and you can achieve success, because you deserve it and you didn’t afraid to take next step to earn every beatle with CLL. Wish you luck and wellbeing. 

  53. So happy to have come across your website today and such a delight to read.  I think sharing your journey with others will definitely help others who may be feeling disheartened.  I like the name you have chosen for your blog very appropriate.  looking forward to reading more about your journey

  54. I am touched with your precious intention to help through your website.

    I believe in the saying, “the more you give, the more you receive”.

    You are sharing your experience and imparting the benefits. In addition to the benefits of the vitamins, your positive spirit keeps you fighting and gets you well motivated day by day.

    I agree, it is a person’s choice to be happy and live life to the fullest no matter what situation that person is. I also wrote in the past for Moms in choosing to be happy daily. It let us go through our day without mumbling and accomplish things lightly and more effectively.

    I admire you! Continue with your mission!

    71pacesetter (Rose)

  55. Hi Carrie

    I am deeply sorry to hear about your condition. Although you have been diagnosed with CLL you are fighting it, and at the same time, you are willing to get the message out and help others too. It takes a lot of strength to do what you are doing right now. If more people were like you (including me) the world would have been a much better place. I wish you all the best. Bookmarked your website.    

  56. Hi Carrie! You look healthier than many people. I am touched to read your stories. I should learn from you never give up my life easily, even my health is going down daily. Two times fainted suddenly (deep giddy and sleepy attack  me) at the shopping mall due to heart rate too low. Conduct CT scans, tracing heart beat, check blood flow, but found nothing.

    You can share your experience using your blog to help people who are facing CLL, how fortunate for people who get your help. I really envy them. I hope people get help from you, can recover from CLL soon.

    Your blog is helpful to many people who are facing any serious sickness, your story encourages us to face our life bravely. Thank you for giving me the energy to continue my blogging. 

    1. Hi Stephen

      I looked up your symptoms on the WebMd site. I asked What causes fainting and it came up with some interesting concepts. Please check it out when you can. It might help you pinpoint what’s going on with you and you can explain to the doctor what to look for. You may be lacking something serious in your body. I hope I helped you. Thank you so much Stephen I am praying for you and God Bless

  57. I am sorry to hear that you have been diagnosed with Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia, but thankfully you have been fighting it. To help people through your blog and your website, is a great way to spread awareness and also hope. 

    It is very inspiring and motivational to be sharing your knowledge and experience with those that are in the same position. 

  58. Hi Carrie, I am so sorry and saddened about your diagnosis and battle with CLL. I know that personally, I would be very scared to be diagnosed with cancer or Leukemia. I am so amazed at the strength you show and the big, kind heart you have to help others as well. I am a big believer in God and I believe that we can do all things through Christ who strengthens us. I pray that God will bless you and heal you. I pray he will bless your efforts in helping others that may be struggling with CLL. Stay safe and all the best to you!

    1. Thank you so much Irina.

      I’m good now. Doctor said I will have CLL for the rest of my life but God said It’s not what you have It’s how you deal with it. How I deal with it is I don’t, because God got it. I surrendered it to him. I been good for a long time now. I work full time at a Veterans Hospital as a Supply Tech and I get checked every 6 months, everything is good I live normal as I possibly can with an attitude full of gratitude. I made the choice to live until I die. I Love live and everything in it.

      Thank you so much Irina God got This!!

  59. Hi Carrie

    Its a pleasure to meet you:)

    What you are doing is truly inspirational. Its so important for people to be more aware of conditions and diseases that they are not familiar with and I commend you on your courage and kind heart!

    In this world where everybody is only looking out for themselves never mind the next person it is truly refreshing to see a site such as helping hands investor reaching out to others

    All the best with on your journey!

  60. I think it’s great that you’re using your personal hardships as a way to help others. I really believe that that is everyone’s gift to the world. When we find what causes us the most pain and we find a way to translate that into something that can help others, it creates purpose for yourself, but it also makes the world a better place. We should all be helping each other. 

    I love that you’re injecting your story into your business! That’s the way I do things too! It’s important for us all to see the humanity behind the curtain in a world where we are so isolated and detached from other people. Keep it up and good luck on your healing journey and in your business:)

  61. Hi Carrie,

    Thank you for sharing your story. I am sure it will help many who are affected and those living with CLL. I think it is always a good thing to talk about what you are going through for both you and your audiences. I wish you well and hope you achieve all you set out to achieve. Please do let us know how we can get involved.

    Ntlhane
     

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