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HC: Do you think your experience as a Holocaust survivor has helped you fight cancer? Kraus: Because I was born in a Nazi camp, my survival had little to do with me and everything to do with the determination and skill of my mother.
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From the time of my birth, the lives of myself, my brother, and my mother hung in the balance. She knew that if she did not survive, all three of us were doomed. Her escape, her treacherous cross-country trip back to Budapest, and later a hellish migratory experience built a resilience, courage, and faith that was displayed in our family home and to some extent gave me the determination to do whatever it took to survive.
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What is it? Kraus: Positive thinking involves adopting a number of strategies that give hope a realistic basis to believe that a terminal illness can be overcome. Positive thinking requires letting go of anger, guilt, failure, fear, vulnerability, and other baggage that we may have internalized in our lifetime. To replace these with loving thoughts and affirmative actions is not easy, but with the aid of meditation it is possible to foster a genuine hope that life will turn out for the best whatever the outcome.
This, of course, implies that healing is much more than the curing of an illness. I myself did not find it easy to maintain a positive mindset in the first 18 months after diagnosis, but perseverance with my new lifestyle and a genuine belief that all would be well while addressing the health of body, mind, and spirit were invaluable.
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