Caregivers and those diagnosed with cancer cannot afford to sit on the fence. Can you?
I had the amazing honor of being a guest on the #BCSM tweet chat a few days ago. Next week, this community celebrates four years of serving breast cancer survivors, their caregivers, and healthcare professionals. Our main topic was caregiving…something close to my heart. While there are more than 65 million caregivers providing support to…
Who are YOU there for? Stop. Right now. And consider that as you lead your life, pursue your goals and design your dreams it is not all about you. More than what you do or who you are, it is how you relate to others that really matters. I choose to believe we are all…
What do Mount Everest, Relay for Life and coaching have in common?
In Part 1 of Anna’s Story, she shared her personal journey of being diagnosed and how she and others responded. Today she delves into some of the impacts of treatment and resources she tapped into to get through.
If cancer has touched your life, take less than 60 seconds to “like” my video and help me win a $10K donation for Relay for Life. I can’t do it without you…and I’m over 100 likes behind so we have some work to do, people!
Check out this video interview with me on why, ten years after losing my husband to cancer, I finally chose to get involved with Relay For Life. What surprised me about the experience…and the greatest gift ~ all in just 60 seconds.
Link to part one of a three part series on caregiving tips.
Perhaps it is a reflection of many people feeling the stress of the economy. When hard times hit, we can be paralyzed by fear of the unknown or thrown into a “me first” mode of thinking when we live out of a need to survive. How can you answer the call for kindness this weekend, knowing that in doing so you are stepping out of surviving and into the energy of thriving?