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Blaming cancer for everything?

Aug 09, 2019

The reality is that life can be hard one way or the other, especially if you are the kind of person that likes to learn, grow and evolve.

When we first start working together, there is a tendency among my clients to blame all life struggles on cancer, but hear me out:

  • if you are in...
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031: Cancer & Intentional Getaway: Leaving Your Environment Helps You Prioritize and Heal

Aug 06, 2019

In today’s episode I to talk about the importance of leaving our immediate environment and creating the opportunity to observe our lives outside looking in, and how making a few small adjustments can make a big difference for your cancer healing. I also explain how slowing down, is one of...

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Feeling anxious? Let me help

Jul 28, 2019

Anxiety and cancer go hand-in-hand.

Even if you’ve never struggled with anxiety before, you might find yourself overwhelmed with it after a diagnosis. And if you’re somebody who has dealt with anxiety throughout your life, you’re probably consumed by anxious thoughts about your...

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Were You Surprised?

Jul 14, 2019

I was driving away from LAX in my rental to the magnificent land five hours and five centuries east of Los Angeles. I finally arrived to this ancient desert where its beautiful jewels – mottled bark, roots running 20 feet or more under the arid ground – gracefully stood five feet...

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TDC #30: Cancer and FOMO: Fear of Missing Out Strikes Hard

May 07, 2019

One of the topics that comes up time and again with my cancer clients in the group setting and 1:1 is fear of missing out. Something that a lot of the women I work with talk to me about is their fear that they won’t see their children grow up, or that they will die too young and without...

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Are you anxious about cancer?

May 05, 2019

 Anxiety and cancer go hand-in-hand.

Even if you’ve never struggled with anxiety before, you might find yourself overwhelmed with it after a diagnosis. And if you’re somebody who has dealt with anxiety throughout your life, you’re probably consumed by anxious thoughts about...

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TDC #29: Cancer Community Matters: Why Learning, Caring & Having Fun Together Helps You Heal

Apr 30, 2019

Not all cancer communities are created equal. While some are helpful with treatments and side effects information, others are useful for emotional support. The key factors for a successful cancer community, I found over the years, are that the community provides a safe space for its members to...

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Surround Yourself with People Who Get It

Apr 28, 2019

While I was in college one of my part-time jobs was to work as a Math Assistant in a Math Lab which was a safe place within otherwise ‘scary’ Department of Mathematics -- or at least that’s the rep it got from the majority of students at this quaint liberal arts school tucked in...

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TDC #28: Cancer PTSD is Real: How to Cope with Post-traumatic Stress Disorder

Apr 23, 2019

Many people diagnosed with cancer also experience post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and for some, this persists and sometimes worsens with time, even after successful cancer treatment. PTSD is most often associated with traumatic events such as war, sexual and physical attacks, natural
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TDC #27: Self Judgement

Apr 16, 2019

Self-judgment creeps in for many, especially when we are on the cancer journey. In today’s episode, I share my struggle with recognizing, understanding, accepting self-criticism, and I also share the ways I self-coach myself through it all. It is all the process and we have to be honest...

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