Category Archive: Change

What’s an OODA-ler?


for free … the Observation Journal I used, and still use today, to outlive ovarian cancer – the Observation Journal is what I use today to be a proficient OODA-ler.

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1 Tip to Empower Your Health & Wellbeing


… when we are diagnosed with cancer or any debilitating disease or injury, what should we do? Should we continue to live life exactly as we had immediately before the diagnosis or injury?

Heck no!

How to Get Back in the Saddle Again … with a Twist


forward-looking strategies that I believe will make living life better, easier, with fewer stress inducing factors and will be simple to understand.

Cancer Changes Your Approach Towards Living


                            Without a single doubt, cancer forces you to move along a different course in life. Cancer changes your approach… Continue reading

Are you being responsible towards your recovery?


Ask yourself this loaded question: Do you feel responsible for getting cancer? Please note, there is no right or wrong answer. I have asked this question of patients for years. I either get… Continue reading

Which Came First: Cancer or the Breeding Ground for Cancer?


Which Came First: Cancer or the Breeding Ground for Cancer? Are you the victim of cancer? STOP right there! Please think again! Read the definition of victim (provided by TheFreeDictionary.com): 1. One who is… Continue reading

Is the sky blue or clear, a shade of gray or purple?


The older I get, the more aware I am that we each see things differently. We may be looking at the very exact same object, but our take on what we are viewing… Continue reading

What have you done? – Part II


What have you done? – Part II Let’s go back to our childhood response from yesterday’s post, the child’s response to What have you done? If we would apply our behavior to present… Continue reading

What have you done?


What have you done? This question rings loud and clear to a child when a parent asks, What have you done?  Immediately the child’s imagination tries to create some answer that sways the… Continue reading

WHAT HAPPENED BEFORE THE MIRACLE?


Connie survived her surgery and chemotherapy. She had invasive surgery and had the same first line of chemotherapy drugs that almost all patients have for an ovarian cancer diagnosis. Connie survived the treatment… Continue reading