Get your own white coat.

Nov 29, 2019

Do you know what “white coat syndrome” is?

It’s the phenomenon by which we mentally give more authority to - and are more willing to obey - someone who’s wearing a white coat. Even if they’re not a doctor.

Here’s what I want to say to that: 

Get your own...

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TDC #39: Part 3: Cancer is a Path to Self-Discovery: Self-Heal

Nov 26, 2019

Today’s episode is the last part of the 3-part series called Cancer is a Path to Self-Discovery, and today’s segment is about self-healing. The first step in learning to self-heal is learning to receive. Most people who have cancer don’t know how to receive. We struggle to...

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Create More Sanity in Your Cancer Journey

Nov 15, 2019

Having cancer is like a full-time job. 

And then we also have other commitments: our families, our friends, keeping our households running, and maybe (just maybe) still working part- or full-time.

The stress of it all can be crazy-making. (Plus … the holidays are coming up!)


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TDC #38: Part 2: Cancer is a Path to Self-Discovery: Self-Care

Nov 12, 2019

Today’s episode is a start of part 2 in a 3-part series called Cancer is a Path to Self-Discovery, and today’s segment is all about self-care. Everyone’s talking about it: on TV, on social media, in magazines. The problem is that there are two different kinds of self-care:...

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Cancer is the best & worst part of my life

Nov 01, 2019

The other day, I was feeling super annoyed and frustrated with myself. 

I was fighting a bad cold and I was exhausted. I’m working to heal my adrenals (which are shot after my cancer ordeal). 

I was lying in bed beating myself up for succumbing to a cold and ruminating about how...

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TDC #37: Part 1: Cancer is a Path to Self-Discovery: Self-Love

Oct 29, 2019

Today’s episode is a start of a 3-part series called Cancer is a Path to Self-Discovery, and diving into the first segment that’s all about self-love. The most important relationship you’ll ever have in your life is with yourself. That relationship guides all of your other...

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What Do You Have Time For?

Oct 18, 2019

In her book Bird by Bird, Anne Lamott tells a story about going shopping with her best friend Pammy, who was dying of breast cancer. 

Looking for a date outfit, Anne tries on a lavender minidress (which, she assures the reader, is not her usual style). 

Anne writes, “The dress fit...

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TDC #36: Cancer Is Not the Time to Procrastinate

Oct 15, 2019

Today’s episode will help you better understand the procrastination, and teach you a few simple strategies to address the procrastination and reclaim being focused and empowered. I also share the top four things that my clients procrastinate on during their cancer journey and how best to...

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Brows Speak Louder Than Words: The 2nd Annual Event

Oct 04, 2019

 Studies show that faces without eyebrows are like land without landmarks: remove or drastically alter them, and the face behind them becomes harder to identify. Emotions become harder to identify without eyebrows too. Without the visual cue of a quizzically raised brow or tight furrow,...

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TDC 035: The 5 Stages of Cancer Grief

Oct 01, 2019

In today’s episode, I teach you about the five stages of grief. Understanding these grief stages demystifies the struggle of grieving, and this knowledge empowers you to cope with your feelings and the process of healing. It’s important to find ways to honor each stage, rather than...

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