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Special Edition Motivation Monday! Get the First 5 Chapters of "You Can Thrive After Treatment" Free
What better day to share five of the simple secrets that motivated me to create inspired healing, wellness and live out loud joy beyond cancer! You'll find them in the first five chapters of my book, You Can Thrive After Treatment, which I'm making available to you FREE!
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I'm so happy to share this free download with you. I hope you enjoy it and would love to get your feedback. Let me know what you think in the comments below.
Survival > Existence,
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What about the flip side? Do we find healing solely as the teller of the story? I don't think so. I think we're also healed by receiving stories. By standing witness to another's story we find similarities and connection. We learn that we are not alone.
For this reason, I'm proud to be one of 21 breast cancer survivors featured in a new eGuide series created by health and wellness advocate Gai Comans.
Breast Cancer Survivor Secrets, highlights 21 inspirational survivors sharing their secrets for empowerment, living through treatment and vibrant living. Gai was inspired to create the series by her own breast cancer odyssey, which began at the age of 38. Looking back, Gai realized the significance of hearing other survivors' stories and wanted to create a resource for other women.
Gai interviewed each woman, getting the conversation started by asking, “What do you wish you had been told when you were diagnosed with cancer?' The first eGuide in the series, "Empower Your Life" is the result of those interviews.
The second eGuide focuses on survivorship issues and presents each woman's story in response to the question, “What do you wish you had been told when your treatment for cancer was finished?”
"Empower Your Life" is launching tomorrow. Get your free copy by signing up today. The second eGuide will launch on April 2nd.
I'm proud to be included among this amazing group of women and I'm really looking forward to witnessing their stories. Don't miss this opportunity to find similarities, connect and bask in the healing power of sharing our stories.
Survival > Existence,
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Here's what I know to be true this Valentine's Day week and every week: Everything is better with LOVE and CHOCOLATE.
Have a beautiful week!
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Everything that is done in the world is done by hope. Martin Luther
Last month, I wrote a blog post about taking the present moment to rest and refresh. I was feeling the stress of the holiday season and had finally finished the six month process of writing and publishing my books. I needed a break.
I know when I'm tired, but I don't always know when to stop. Luckily, I took my own advice (Stop. Look at what you've accomplished. Don't just push on to something else. Take a moment to appreciate. And, you dumb bunny, take a moment to rest.) Plus, and this is BIG for me, I pared down my holiday obligations to a bare minimum. The result: truly special family time without the usual exhaustion caused by weeks of trying to make everyone else happy.
Now, I feel like I do at the end of yoga class, lying on my mat in shavasana. Eyes closed, arms and legs relaxed, breathing deeply, the yoga practice is "set" and its with me as I go back out into the world.
Which brings me to the good things going on this year. First, I'm excited to expand my speaking schedule and will appear at the following events:
I absolutely love being in a roomful of survivors! The energy and camaraderie is like rocket fuel and, if you are in the area, please come say hello. If you or anyone you know has an upcoming event at a cancer center, cancer support organization or corporation and is interested in booking me to speak, just send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.