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OzarksFirst Interview with Beverly Vote

OzarksFirst Interview with Beverly Vote

| April 16, 2015 | 0 Comments

Watch and hear about Beverly’s story of becom­ing a Thriver!

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Life in a Different Light

Life in a Different Light

| March 23, 2015 | 1 Comment

Choose a job you love and you will never have to work a day in your life.”  — Con­fu­cius   Ever since I was a lit­tle girl, I have always loved to write and ask ques­tions. Tele­vi­sion jour­nal­ism was the right fit from the start. The fact that I don’t mind being in front of […]

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Revealing the most comfortable natural and softest fit ever in a breast form from Trulife

Revealing the most comfortable natural and softest fit ever in a breast form from Trulife

| February 4, 2015 | 0 Comments

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How do you become stressed?

How do you become stressed?

| December 5, 2014 | 0 Comments

How do you become stressed? Sim­ply put, it is a thought process and at any one time we each have the abil­ity to ‘change our think­ing’  - it is a mat­ter of choice. Becom­ing aware of what you are think­ing, being present in this exact moment of time and not wor­ry­ing about the past or […]

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Be a Good One

Be a Good One

| September 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

By Natalie Palmer My story begins with a quote by Abra­ham Lin­coln, with whom I share a birth­day: “What­ever you are, be a good one.” Many years ago this became the mis­sion state­ment of my life and remains so to this day. I am a per­son with metasta­tic breast can­cer who made a promise to be […]

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Searching for Rainbows

Searching for Rainbows

| September 10, 2014 | 0 Comments

Newly ini­ti­ated into the sis­ter­hood of breast can­cer, a flood of oncol­ogy ter­mi­nol­ogy over­whelmed my brain — stage III breast can­cer, lymph node involve­ment, chemother­apy, radi­a­tion.   I was in the midst of the storm of breast can­cer but my many years in the men­tal health field had taught me that pos­i­tive think­ing can help manage […]

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Making our minds matter

Making our minds matter

| May 31, 2014 | 0 Comments

Receiv­ing the dev­as­tat­ing news that you have breast can­cer can knock many peo­ple side­ways. An already heav­ily com­pro­mised immune sys­tem is fur­ther depleted as stress lev­els rise. Daunted by the treat­ment which lies ahead, cou­pled with con­cerns about look­ing after fam­i­lies; chil­dren as well as age­ing par­ents. The like­li­hood of hav­ing to take unpaid leave and […]

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The Power of Placebos and Visualisation

The Power of Placebos and Visualisation

| February 19, 2014 | 0 Comments

A rare event occurred on Mon­day night; I had com­plete auton­omy over the tele­vi­sion, my son hav­ing gone upstairs to immerse him­self in the pro­duc­tion of his own ‘Super Hero’s Lego’ film clip, on his phone.  Lying back on the sofa, I flicked through the chan­nels; my eyes imme­di­ately engaged on BBC 2’s Hori­zon programme […]

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Love Yourself Generously!

Love Yourself Generously!

| February 14, 2014 | 0 Comments

Today is Valentine’s Day and it has become a “Hall­mark Hol­i­day” that focuses on romance, hearts, choco­late and flow­ers. Love and romance are ide­al­ized in ways that some peo­ple expe­ri­ence and many don’t ~ and we can be swayed by all this mes­sag­ing to think there’s some­thing to strive for and then we’ll know true […]

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Flooding and Cancer?

Flooding and Cancer?

| February 12, 2014 | 0 Comments

Jan­u­ary 2014 in the UK, has gone down on record as the wettest for over 250 years. Severe weather warn­ings con­tinue to hit the head­lines, with high winds and rain lash­ing the coun­try­side, destroy­ing coastal towns, rail­way lines and leav­ing the many areas under sev­eral feet of water. Mar­low, in the Thames Val­ley where I live […]

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