Cara Sapida is only in her 30s, but she’s facing a breast cancer diagnosis. When the TV news reporter for WPXI in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, found a lump in her breast, she was immediately concerned.“Like many of you, I experienced this pandemic while going through some hardships, in my personal life as well as with my health,” she wrote in an Instagram post. “I was reaching overhead last Thursday morning, when I found a lump on my breast.”Like many mothers facing a tough situation, her mind flew to her children.“My first thought was my children. I have a 2-year-old and a 4-year-old who need their mommy.”Photo: Instagram/Cara SapidaSapida went through an ultrasound and a mammogram, then a biopsy and a second mammogram, and then she waited for the news.“It’s a phone call I wouldn’t wish on anyone,” she wrote.She was diagnosed with triple negative DCIS with suspicion of micro-invasion — meaning a few cancer cells may have already escaped the boundaries of her milk ducts but even so, her cancer is still considered minimally invasive.Photo: Facebook/WPXI Cara SapidaEven though she is under the recommended age for screening (40), Sapida had actually had a mammogram done several months earlier. It had come back clear.In the span of a few short months, a two-centimeter large tumor was able to grow in her breast.Photo: Facebook/WPXI Cara SapidaIt’s still early in her diagnosis. One day Sapida said she was feeling strong and “all cried out,” but in a later social media post she admitted she doesn’t feel “that strong” most days.Still, she’s ready to throw everything she has at the disease.“It’s been three weeks since my biopsy came back confirmed as triple negative breast cancer. That day I read online if you have to have chemo you better be ‘fighting ready,’” she wrote in a post. “I took that advice to heart. I’ve been boxing nearly every day, imagining I’m punching this stupid disease in its stupid face. Things I say to my cancer I’m punching, ‘You’re the most aggressive? I’M THE MOST AGGRESSIVE!’”Photo: Facebook/WPXI Cara SapidaAt this point, her children only know that their mom has an owie.“While my children don’t know about the breast cancer, they do know to be careful because of my biopsy bruise,” she wrote. “When we said prayers to God the other night, my son prayed for his elves to “heal mommies boo-boo on her booby before the morning.”Photo: Instagram/Cara SapidaOnce every week or so, Sapida updates her social media with how she’s coping. She’s been careful about how she spends her time, though. She’s been turning her phone off on days that she doesn’t have tests so that she can fully focus on being with her family.“There’s a popular saying in the breast cancer world, ‘Fight like a girl.’ But I’m going to fight like a mother,” she said.Photo: Instagram/Cara SapidaWe’re hoping for the best for Sapida, as well as for every person diagnosed with breast cancer. We’re in your corner.