365 Days Of Messages is a daily message service, set up by Deborah Fielding.
In 2018, Deborah was diagnosed with breast cancer.
What quickly became clear to her was the size of the battle she was facing, not just physically but mentally too. She also fast became aware that often family and friends don’t know what to say or how to help – she received plenty of bunches of flowers, but precious little in the way of genuine, solid help to get through the mental challenges that cancer poses.
As Deborah started to come through treatment, she made the decision to do something to help people who were going through the same battles and challenges with a cancer diagnosis or dealing with tough situations in life. To help people that were struggling with their mental wellbeing.
On the final day of her chemotherapy treatment she launched 365 Days of Messages – from the hospital! This is a year-long service that sends a daily message to someone fighting a diagnosis or battling with their mental wellbeing through the general fatigue of life.
Each message has been crafted by Deborah personally, all with the aim of supporting, encouraging and inspiring people during the most difficult times of life.
For us, it really is win-win; a hugely valuable service that helps people during a really tough time, and a significant donation for every sale too.
If you know someone who’d benefit from 365 Days Of Messages, all you need to do is click here, fill in a few details and the service will begin – and remember to choose CHARITY in the dropdown menu for us to receive a wonderful donation.
Here’s a review of exactly how impactful the service can be:
“I went through two very tough years as a single mum. Work was tough. Life was tough! I didn’t realise I was depressed quite badly at the time. I kept on. It’s a miracle I came out of it at all. I leaned on 365 Days Of Brighter Thinking which I always credit with hauling me out of my own mind. I work hard every day now to protect my thinking with all the tools I gained through these messages” Ali