MLK’s quote on silence opens the door to exploring the challenges for caregivers in speaking up ~ and for all of us to be bold about the important conversations in our lives.
A quote by Martin Luther King, Jr. as a reminder to never lose hope.
Does defining yourself as a “survivor” empower you or make you want to cover your ears? A different view of labels and choosing what to accept or decline.
Who Survives…and is it enough or can we do, be and experience more?
Sometimes in life you become a reluctant expert because of the circumstances visited upon you. I am reluctant expert in care giving for loved ones. I am reluctant expert in the personal impact cancer has when it hits close to home. I am a reluctant expert in loss, major life transitions and learning to go on ~ no matter what. So as we proceed into the New Year, my writing will reflect this more, though it will be rich with insights for anyone facing a major transition or wishing to live a transformed life. If you know someone who has been or currently is impacted by cancer, please forward along a link to my blog.
A major act of violence by a coward who chose to shoot innocent people is answered with superhero type courage. What will your response be?
Moving past the small stuff to focus on what really matters & links to four social media experts whose insights are helping me to RE-focus my media message in 2011!
Changing your experience of today with one simple action.
Want to light a fire to inspire you? Then check out this “get real” blog post to kick start the first of the year!
My blog of thanks and gratitude to end the year.