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.
… 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?
Do you worry? Do you wonder if your chemo is working? Do you worry about your future? I call this gymnastic, worry mind the monkey-mind. What do other cancer survivors do to calm… Continue reading
Perhaps you just completed treatment for cancer. Now you are wondering what you need to do to help keep it from returning. Your doctor gives you a survivorship care plan. However, when you… Continue reading
“Always bear in mind that your own resolution to succeed is more important than any other.” – Abraham Lincoln Do you want to outlive cancer? In the pilot program of a… Continue reading
Be Exceptional! Are you exceptional? Can you become an exceptional cancer survivor? I always wanted to be exceptional, to do something extra-ordinary or leave a legacy beyond the traditional family… Continue reading
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
I received and very appropriate email from a kind spirit in Atlanta, Don Simmons. In his email he mentioned February is named after the Latin term “februum”, which means purification. He goes on to… Continue reading
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
How many of you are eager to spread the word about your cancer survival? How many of you feel you have a greater purpose in life due to your cancer diagnosis? How many… Continue reading