Surviving cancer is a long and hard road, but still possible. However, simply because you received a No Evidence of Disease (NED) certification by your doctor, you're required to get your old life back. You may be cured, but you would need to get a few things in order first.
Prepare Your Body – Though you are no longer sick, chemotherapy, medication, and your long stint with a hospital bed will leave your body weak. It would be unwise to insist in jumping back into the fray without getting even a measure of your physicality back. If you lost hair, let it grow back again. Ask your doctor for an exercise regimen to get you back in shape. Finally, eat up and make sure you choose food and dishes that's recommended for you.
Prepare Your Mind – For the longest time, your mind may be full of negativity and indolence by no fault of your own of course. It would also take time for your mind to get back into full gear. Challenge yourself with homeschool or online high school classes so you can study at your own pace without the pressure of competition. As long as you don't force yourself, your brainwork will become faster and more efficient over time.
Prepare Your Emotions – Emotions can affect your mind and your body, so it's best to give it time to recover. It's normal to feel down over your lengthy medical treatment and a long bout with cancer and it would be insensitive for others to expect that you would emotionally bounce back right after your full recovery. Take a positive step towards being grateful every day. Find a therapist or psychiatrist who can assist your efforts.
You now have a second lease on life. Recovering from the aftermath of the healing process is possible and it's only a matter of time for you to get your life, body and emotions running smoothly again. Just remember to keep moving forward no matter what.