Actually, it can but are you listening?
Martina McBride created a beautiful music video paying tribute to breast cancer survivors and their families. So why is it getting the thumbs down?
Check out this touching video tribute to those with breast cancer by Martina McBride and the three things she got right.
Not only is it important to give to others as part of how we participate in families, relationships and our community at large. It is also important to learn to give to ourselves.
Fear is a great self-check tool. It can help us stop, assess and then choose an appropriate action. But if we fail to engage consciously with it, fear can be one of the major things that holds us back in life.
Shoulds and have tos can lead to burnout. Four quick tips on what you can do when facing a whirlwind scenario to keep from landing in overwhelm.
In a recent interview, fellow blogger, Diana Simon asked me some great questions…ones that take my readers a bit further behind the scenes and deeper into the story of what I lost, what’s been found and the work I do to help others see the possibility of moving from surviving to thriving in the face of some of life’s greatest challenges.
For caregivers with limited time, Caregiver.com offers up a list of their top ten articles for June on a range of topics including long distance caregiving and tips to avoid burnout. Two to four minutes reading time each.
I absolutely support the healthy perspective of being able to face the challenge of cancer and learn and grow as much as possible from it…but if you’re living right now with a clean bill of health, why not create your own wakeup call?