My client M has sarcoma, a rare cancer that tends to occur in young adults. Since his first round of treatment, he’s been super-proactive with his nutrition and lifestyle, doing his best to avoid another round of disease. But despite his best efforts, he was recently diagnosed with a recurrence. (Nope, there’s nothing fair about… Read More »
A Light in the Storm
At first I was irritated when I read this bit in the book Claim Your Power by Mastin Kipp: “Your soul learns from contrast. If your soul wants to learn forgiveness in this lifetime, then you must also experience betrayal. If your soul wants to learn self-love in this lifetime, then you must also experience… Read More »
What’s weighing you down?
“If only I could get rid of this extra weight, I’d be so happy!” In this country we’re so fixated on losing weight. It’s the stuff of New Year’s resolutions and vacation planning. We throw money at this goal without thinking twice. It’s great to be lean and fit – I work on it myself. And… Read More »
You know all you need to know, my friend
I’m just back from speaking to my colleagues at the annual Oncology Association of Naturopathic Physicians conference in Phoenix. In three days largely devoted to the latest and greatest in medical procedures, I was asked to offer a talk on how to heal trauma in cancer survivors (yes, cancer can absolutely produce trauma). I gathered the latest… Read More »
Guess who loves you?
Valentine’s Day brings mixed emotions for me. February 14th was my Dad’s birthday, which he always celebrated by making sure each of his three girls had a Valentine card waiting for her when she came down to breakfast. I’ve always been grateful to him for that simple annual gift. Then there were the Valentine’s Day… Read More »
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