Here’s to Your Whole Life

by Melodie on March 1, 2010

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If you landed at this website because you have been diagnosed with cancer or you care about someone who has, you’ve come to the right place – and at a good time.

I envision this new blog being a resource for those at any stage of cancer — newly diagnosed, in the midst of treatment, or finding their way in the post-treatment “new reality.” Family and friends will find helpful information here too.

In the coming months, you can expect posts on:

  • Making the “10 Daily Habits” Work for You
  • How to Find the Right Doctor
  • Bringing Together Your Healing Team
  • How to Research Your Cancer to Get the Best Outcome
  • Harnessing Your Body’s Natural Ability to Heal
  • How to Evaluate Complementary Therapies
  • Effective Ways to Boost Your Energy
  • Making the Big Shift from Patient to Survivor
  • Managing Pain
  • and much more

You’ll find reflections, guest posts, book reviews and articles that will provide information and encouragement you can put to good use as you get well and stay well.

I know there are lots of great internet resources for people with cancer, so what makes this place unique? Two things: I use a coaching approach, asking questions that will cause you to reflect on your own situation and motivate you to action. And secondly, you’ll get my personal and always honest perspective on each topic that’s covered.

As you read the blog, dig into the resources here, and experience the power of coaching, my hope is that you will find answers and direction.

Sign up via RSS feed or e-mail (on the right column) so you don’t miss a single post. I welcome your comments and insights, and look forward to walking with you on this cancer journey. Thanks for joining me!

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1 Laurie March 2, 2010 at 3:29 pm

Thanks for doing this Melodie. It is a gift. May God bless you and all who come to you.

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