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October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, but many survivors feel they are well aware and, instead, are ready for what's next. While awareness is key, which has been the incredible value of the Pink Month, for those looking to take more action as breast cancer survivors, this blog is for you.
A little inspiration to energize the rest of your week.
Check out the links to what I've been up to this summer! Exciting breakthroughs and evolutions for coaching by tambre.
What’s possible when we find that place inside where we can just be?
Henna, cancer survivors, an artist and a powerful mission statement inspired me to ask, what if we lived our lives every day as if we are walking works of art?
Moving past shoulds and have tos toward choice and actions aligned with your greater vision.
Thanks to USAA for capturing and sharing the story of former Marine Staff Sergeant Tim Chambers is known for his Lone Marine long salute.
In honor of all those who serve, who have served, their families and those who have paid the ultimate price on our behalf for our freedom.
Part 2 of my interview with Sally Dominick, Project Manager and Samantha Bailey, Study Coordinator for Fertility & Parenthood on the high priority issues surrounding fertility and parenthood for YA cancer survivors.
Fertility is a highly significant issue that presents uniquely to Young Adult cancer survivors. Join Sally Dominick, Project Manager and Samantha Bailey, Study Coordinator for Fertility & Parenthood in Young Cancer Survivors at Moores UCSD Cancer Center for Part 1 of this two part interview.
Ever wish that you had someone to guide you along the way through your cancer fight? We have basketball coaches and football coaches, but who knew that there were actual coaches for cancer? Find out more via my guest blog post featured this week on the I Had Cancer non-profit website.
I cross paths with a lot of amazing cancer survivors and caregivers in the work I do. Dara Insley is one of them. Check out her creative introduction to the websites she created as a cancer survivor to help others heal through humor...
Guest blogger, Holly McKinley shares some incredible insights into the power of non-judgment along with some easy to follow tips.
Grief recovery is about honoring the process and the different, unique phases of moving back toward wholeness...and the possibility of an extraordinary outcome you never could have imagined.
5 Tips to get refocused and re-energized.
Though we may not choose every circumstance in our life, we do have the freedom to choose how we will experience it.
Understanding the impacts of the choice to tell or not to tell when you or a loved one has been diagnosed.
What was my second big takeaway from the Young Adult survivorship conference I attended in Vegas last weekend? Click and find out!
A cancer diagnosis is not limited to the physical impact of the disease or the survivor...exploring the ripple effects from a whole life, whole community perspective.
Taking an inventory while unplugged from your to do list and daily tasks helps keep you in alignment with what is truly important to you.