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Changing beliefs?

Changing beliefs?

| March 5, 2014 | 0 Comments

Core beliefs – do you believe you can change them? The speaker at a Vistage meet­ing I attended before Christ­mas, sug­gested that most peo­ple don’t, they hang onto their ‘beliefs’ rigidly. So my ques­tion to you is, are your core beliefs really serv­ing you or hold­ing you back? Have you ever ques­tioned your core beliefs? […]

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From Thankful To Grateful

From Thankful To Grateful

| November 21, 2013 | 8 Comments

When I was grow­ing up, Thanks­giv­ing Day had lit­tle to do with being grate­ful and every­thing with  food.    We took a mere two min­utes to men­tion the Pil­grims and ate.  Most of the foods were richly laden  with fat, car­bo­hy­drates and sugar. My sib­lings and I would spend hours look­ing through the big name catalogs […]

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One Foot in Front of the Other

One Foot in Front of the Other

| September 12, 2013 | 0 Comments

My hus­band and I cel­e­brated a per­fectly won­der­ful day today. I was fea­tured at an awards cer­e­mony that cel­e­brated some of the high­lights in my career thus far. Although I did not win the big award, it was a great moment to be rec­og­nized for many of the things I accom­plished before and after the […]

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Fresh Air, Fresh Perspectives

Fresh Air, Fresh Perspectives

| April 15, 2013 | 0 Comments

by Bev­erly Vote It is esti­mated that over sev­enty per­cent of women diag­nosed with breast can­cer expe­ri­ence some level of depres­sion or feel­ings of being over­whelmed. Yet it is reported that the stud­ies for depres­sion and anx­i­ety are not always accu­rate because women do not always speak up or report their emo­tional dis­tresses to their loved ones or physi­cians. They don’t want to worry their […]

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Financial Wellness After Breast Cancer

Financial Wellness After Breast Cancer

| March 17, 2013 | 0 Comments

by Bev­erly Vote God wants us to pros­per finan­cially, to have plenty of money, to ful­fill the des­tiny He has laid out for us.  — Joel Osteen, Joel Osteen Min­istries Being diag­nosed with breast can­cer can have dev­as­tat­ing effect in all areas of our life, phys­i­cal, per­sonal, emo­tional – and finan­cial. Many of us never talk […]

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Your Shelvic Exam

Your Shelvic Exam

| February 24, 2013 | 0 Comments

What a healthy and nutri­tiously stocked kitchen looks like by David Grotto, RD, LDN, author of The Best Things You Can Eat True health care reform can­not hap­pen in Wash­ing­ton. It has to hap­pen in our kitchens, in our homes, and in our com­mu­ni­ties. All health care is per­sonal. — Mehmet Oz M.D. After years of being a […]

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Editor’s Note

Editor’s Note

| January 5, 2013 | 0 Comments

              DEAR FRIENDS, A diag­no­sis of breast can­cer may make us lose sight of the sim­ple and stun­ning beauty both within the world and within our­selves. Being recon­nected with the feel­ing of life itself is impor­tant for heal­ing because we need more than chemother­apy and surgery to heal. Simple […]

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The Healing Agreement

The Healing Agreement

| December 26, 2012 | 0 Comments

It was over 10 years ago that Heather Jose was told to get her affairs in order because she was dying of breast can­cer. Heather was only 26. Today, Heather is an empow­ered patient who teaches that our words and actions impact our heal­ing choices. Feel free to use The Heal­ing Agree­ment to have a bet­ter commitment […]

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