Earning trust, losing trust and a mention of some of the great bloggers I personally trust.
Caregivers and those diagnosed with cancer cannot afford to sit on the fence. Can you?
“Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly. I can never be what I ought to be until you are what you ought to be. This is the interrelated structure of reality.” MLK reminds us we are all connected.
When I launched coaching by tambre, several years ago focused on assisting cancer survivors and caregivers, my mission was to help them to move from surviving their circumstances to thriving in spite of them.
My clients have made incredible strides and many have moved from having a functional life to an optimal life, often in the face of major challenges. Thriving is better than surviving but it falls short of my greatest vision for myself and for others.
What lies beneath is where we can find freedom, peace and ease by finally getting to the truth about conflict.
Newly released statistics on the devastating impact of caregiving instigates a call to action.
Sharing some of my favorite inspirational posts.
Actually, it can but are you listening?
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?