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Who do YOU Trust?

For people navigating the healthcare system, trust in their medical team is so incredibly important. During initial consultations with medical teams from three top cancer treatment centers in Los Angeles, Gary (my late husband) and I listened carefully to the...

The Last Time I Sat on a Fence

It was a long time ago. We were yard jumping after dark. Pretty innocuous compared to some of today’s hi-jinks like cyber bullying. We’d reached the end of the run of fenced yards and so we sat there. Perched high off the ground like birds on a wire. Life was good. No...

We Are All Losers

Like the disease, the language of cancer is complex and unique. It’s filled with potential land mines and what works for one person doesn’t necessarily work for another. I get it. As a coach, I believe strongly in the power of language, the words we choose, and the...

Give & Take

Scrolling through my newsfeed a few nights ago, I came upon two posts, one on top of the other that captured a thing I know to be true about cancer…it gives and it takes.  Hope Schaberg – I’ve never met her in person…but we became friends on July 17, 2012 after a...

MLK on Interrelatedness

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.  ~ Martin Luther King, Jr. When one person is diagnosed with cancer, the impact on their life...
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