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Are you willing to take a pearl dive?

Oct 14, 2018

When Sigmund Freud was diagnosed with oropharyngeal cancer at age 66, he described it as “an uninvited, unwelcome intruder, whom one should not mind any more than is necessary.”

Even though almost a century has passed since Freud uttered these words, his approach isn’t all that...

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TDC #02: Numbers Are Out

Oct 09, 2018

Today’s episode is about why we need to stop buying into numbers and statistics. In many cases, people take the data they’re given as an absolute, unavoidable truth. But, the more complex the data, the more room for misinterpretation. I talk about using numbers as guidance, as...

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TDC #01: C is for... Choice

Oct 02, 2018


Today’s episode is about reclaiming the power of choice. I talk about freedom that lies in realizing you have a choice. Choice about how you feel, how you spend your time, and what thoughts you are allowing yourself to think regardless of any external circumstances. I also included a...

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Change the narrative, and you'll change your experience!

Sep 30, 2018

How many times have you heard the words ‘battle’ or ‘fight’ since you got your diagnosis?

“You’ll win this battle…”

“You’ve just gotta keep fighting...”

People mean well when they say these things. A lot of the time, they think...

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There’s Nothing Wrong With ‘No’

Sep 16, 2018

Since you’ve been diagnosed with cancer, chances are you’ve found yourself wanting to say ‘no’ more often. Your energy’s low, you feel like crap most of the time, and you feel the need to protect yourself more strongly than ever.

Unfortunately, most of us have been...

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Stop Buying Into Numbers & Statistics

Sep 02, 2018

When people are diagnosed with cancer, they often ask their doctors, “what are my chances?”. They want a number or a timeline so they can plan for what’s ahead and adjust their sense of hope -- in either direction.

In many cases, people take the data they’re given as an...

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Look What You Made Me Do, Cancer!

Aug 19, 2018

What a difference a year makes.

Twelve months ago, I was sitting in my car in shock. Taylor Swift’s Look What You Made Me Do was playing on the radio, and her lyrics were reverberating through me as I reached a tough realization. (pssst, you can read more about it here)

I was in the midst...

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Did You (Already) Know?

Aug 12, 2018

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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Look What You Made Me Do

Aug 05, 2018

A friend once said that love songs are not written for a lover, but rather to the songwriter’s higher-self. While she sashayed to another topic, I was intrigued by her words. So much so, that I created a group listening exercise of love songs sang to a higher-self during self-empowerment...

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