What Questions Do You Live By?

Daily Good: News that Inspires is something I try to read everyday. It seldom disappoints and frequently comments on a subject that is very near and dear to my message. The expansion of my own [...]

I Wonder…

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to choose to face each day with a sense of wonder? I recently had the privilege of spending a week with my granddaughter, Tatum.  We were celebrating [...]

Maintain A Sense Of Humor

A person without a sense of humor is like a wagon without springs – jolted by every pebble in the road. ~ Henry Ward Beecher At the National Wellness Conference, I participated in a breakout [...]

The Power of Story

I have the privilege of sharing this content two times this month.  In my opinion, the handout, designed for audience distribution at SURVIVORville 2015 in Nashville, TN; and the National [...]

Resilience: Thriving, Not Just Surviving

In his book, The Beethoven Factor, Dr. Paul Pearsall describes “Thrivers” as those who know when to hold ‘em and know when to fold ‘em.” He defines “thriving” as stress induced growth that [...]

Storytelling for Wholeness and Healing

I have known for sometime that telling the stories of our narrow spots is essential to healing. I recently had the opportunity to hear renowned storytellers Kevin Kling and Matthew Sanford in an [...]

Irritating Grains of Sand

I attended the 2014 ADVANCING CANCER HEALTH EQUITY Conference in Bloomington, MN last week. It was a half-day program. You will noticed in the agenda that there were two Plenary Sessions and two [...]

A New Experience

I was invited to write the Foreword for an upcoming book, written by fellow cancer survivor, Ute Buehler.  Our cancer journeys are dramatically different, hence our stories are as well.  My Point [...]

What are you waiting for?

We all have the resources we need to face our narrow spots.  Ask for help.  Spend time slowing down and breathing deeply.  Listen to our heart.  There may not always be an apparent answer to the [...]

Red Flags of Sarcoma Video

Recently, there was a lot of news about the remarkable story of Zach Sobiech, the young man who recorded “Clouds”.   An aggressive osteosarcoma took him too soon.  His music and video images will [...]

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