Many are familiar with Nietzsche''s age old adage ‘That which does not kill me, makes me stronger''. Ultimately, this quote implies that trauma, although distressing at the time, can endow an opportunity to develop the inner self. Over the course of this book, readers will have the chance to come face-to-face with the experience of ten breast cancer survivor''s journey from diagnoses to an enhanced quality of life; a phenomenon now known as posttraumatic growth (PTG). Through changes of perspectives, reuniting with their body and engaging in physical activity, these women transformed their traumatic situation into a positive one; growing physically, mentally and emotionally from breast cancer. Broadly, this book provides an excellent overview for students, researchers and practitioners from the areas of health, trauma, humanistic, existential and positive psychology. More specifically, newly diagnosed patients will be able to learn about the interesting research completed on the potential benefits of physical illness and connect with/listen to the narratives of illness survivors.