Tag: breast cancer

Mental Readiness

Mental Readiness

| June 8, 2016

Preparing for Healing by Kathi J Kemper, M.D., M.P.H   After more than thirty years, I’m finally coming out of the closet. I’ve been to medical school, completed a residency and a fellowship, taught at prestigious medical schools, received NIH grants, conducted research, held leadership positions in national medical societies, and published more than 150 […]

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Unlocking Your Potential In Mind In Body

Unlocking Your Potential In Mind In Body

| April 28, 2016

Strength training mp3s – innovation in health and sport Passionate about exercise, I completed my Masters in Physical Education at Washington State University and spent the next 20 years working in health and fitness industry in the UK. In 2010 I found myself unable to exercise due to TNBC treatment. In my quest for self-help, […]

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Teaming Up to Bring Fitness and Health Care Referrals to Breast Cancer Patients and Survivors

Teaming Up to Bring Fitness and Health Care Referrals to Breast Cancer Patients and Survivors

| December 29, 2015

Camdenton, MO– Breast Cancer Wellness Magazine (BCWM) has partnered with the Medical Fitness Network (MFN) – the provider of a fitness, healthcare, and wellness referral service for those with a chronic illness or who are pre/postnatal – to connect breast cancer patients and survivors with providers and services that will best fit their needs. The Medical […]

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Money, Mindset and Manifesting

Money, Mindset and Manifesting

| September 25, 2015

In this issue we are talking with Life and Legacy Wealth Coach and Certified Financial Planner™, Katana Abbott who has a harrowing money story, which she will share with us.  But rather than focus on her past, I want each of us to learn from Katana, how she became unstuck and stopped listening to the […]

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Hunting happiness?

Hunting happiness?

| April 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

Easter weekend is nearly upon us. As a child I looked forward to our traditional Easter egg hunt, hunting happiness in the garden. Whatever the weather, on hearing my father announce the arrival of the ‘Easter bunny’ my brother and I would rush outside, paper bag in hand to delve amongst the spring foliage, peering […]

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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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What does the T.S.A. have to do with Intimacy and Sexuality?

What does the T.S.A. have to do with Intimacy and Sexuality?

| December 18, 2013 | 0 Comments

On Saturday I had an encounter with TSA on my way to catch a flight from Boston to San Francisco. It’s strange enough that travel these days involves disrobing and sometimes being patted down. But when there are questionable items in carry-on luggage, it adds even more insult to the experience. First some “hot spots” […]

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Making the most of every day…

Making the most of every day…

| October 7, 2013 | 0 Comments

Last Monday I went for a run (who am I kidding? More like a slow jog) I hadn’t been in a few weeks so I was quite pleased to be feeling pretty good. Just over a mile in it all changed. I stepped squarely on a rock which seemed to penetrate the bottom of my […]

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Looking forward

Looking forward

| October 6, 2013 | 0 Comments

I have to tell you all that I am looking forward to spending more time here blogging. It may be randomness at its best, related to breast cancer, thriving, stage IV, caregiving, and a multitude of other things. Hope you comment soon and come back often. Every day we are killing cancer!

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Lymphatic Care After Breast Surgery

Lymphatic Care After Breast Surgery

| February 24, 2013 | 0 Comments

ADVERTORIAL — “When a woman becomes her own best friend, life is easier.” — Diane Von Furstenberg Our lymphatic system helps to fight diseases by filtering toxins and bacteria out of our body.  It also supports and empowers our immune system. Maintaining a healthier immune system is very important for the body to resist infections, […]

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