Entries by

Cancer and Trauma

The connection between cancer diagnosis with trauma isn’t clear from the get-go. And since medical personnel are unlikely to talk about emotional injury, many will never seek support. Before hearing these three powerful words, “You Have Cancer,” you were someone’s father, mother, son, or daughter; you had hopes, dreams, and aspirations. The moment those words… Continue Reading Cancer and Trauma

The Key to Improving Your Medical Cancer Treatment Outcome

A cancer diagnosis can turn our whole world upside-down. Until that moment, you were busy living life, building your empire, and chasing your dreams. But the moment you heard these words spoken, you became a cancer patient. Impact of Cancer Diagnosis Yes, a cancer diagnosis is often challenging to process mentally, emotionally, and even physically.… Continue Reading The Key to Improving Your Medical Cancer Treatment Outcome

The #1 Concern for Many Patients is…

The #1 Concern for Many Cancer Patients is… Riding the emotional roller coaster of cancer is scary. Fear, anger, overwhelm, anxiety, and even depression hit you with tremendous force. If you’re like most of my clients, you found yourself unprepared, at least not mentally or emotionally. Many patients lean on their loved ones to find… Continue Reading The #1 Concern for Many Patients is…

Your Identity Impacts Your Recovery from Illness!

Your Identity Impacts Your Recovery! I have never seen someone’s health exceed their identity. Does that make sense? This means that your mental programming and identity directly influence your experience and, therefore, your ability to recover! For those facing cancer, this is a message worth hearing. Replacing “faulty” mental programming and “distorted” identity with a healthier set… Continue Reading Your Identity Impacts Your Recovery from Illness!