When you completed cancer treatment, were you given a clear survivorship care plan? One that would help you regain your strength and stamina, prevent cancer recurrence and deal with cancer’s emotional toll? If you answered “no”, your experience is typical of most cancer survivors. It was my joy and privilege to be interviewed recently by… Read More »
What if it was easy?
K, one of the cancer survivors I coach, is transitioning from a marketing career to living her dream career as a full-time artist. Last night we talked about what she might need to clear from her life, to create space for her expanded identity as an artist. She knew the answer right away: the corporate… Read More »
10 Lessons I Learned at the Aerial Obstacle Course
1. When a friend offers you the opportunity to challenge yourself, accept without hesitation. You’ll both have an adventure, and it’s a great bonding experience. 2. Once you’re on the platform, don’t scare yourself looking at everyone else. The journey looks different from inside than from outside looking in. Anyhow, this is your experience, and the… Read More »
New Breast Imaging Technology on the Horizon
Although I don’t enjoy the experience, I have continued to get regular mammograms because it is the most reliable breast cancer screening method currently available to most women. Thermography, a more recently available technology, does not definitively distinguish between active cancer and other inflammatory activity, and therefore raises as many questions as it answers. MRI… Read More »
Why is My Doctor Talking to Me about Reaching for My Dreams?
Are you wondering why you’ve heard me encouraging you to reach for your dreams? Am I the only doctor who’s ever talked to you about this? In the last year I noticed that many of my patients got to the point where their bodies were humming along well. They didn’t need more medical appointments in… Read More »