Kathy and I interviewed 30 women breast cancer survivors and asked them how they coped with worry. Many of them said it helped them to volunteer in some capacity. 471 more words
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Barbara C. Unell is the founder of Back in the Swing USA® and co-author of The Back in the Swing Cookbook: Recipes for Eating and Living Well Every Day After Breast Cancer… 687 more words
Where have the last two weeks gone? A book signing event, an Abraham-Hicks workshop, a children’s birthday party, Canadian Thanksgiving celebration, day-trip to Salem, Mass., classes, homework, housework, third-grade basketball signups; pre-workout, reps, set, repeat, protein shakes, homework, doctor’s appointments, housework, massage therapy, Reiki, doing laundry that multiplies quicker than jack-rabbits, group meetings for class assignments, redecorating, parent/teacher conference, catching up on “The Vampire Diaries”… (breathe!) 698 more words
As you may have read in “About Us,” Kathy and I interviewed 30 women about their experiences after breast cancer. In our blog we include advice from us as professionals, (I am also a survivor), and advice from the women we interviewed. 689 more words
Going to work this week has been, well, scary.
On Monday evening, four UAB students were held up at gunpoint in an on-campus garage. They were robbed, sexually assaulted and beaten before the suspect ran for the elevators–showing his mug to the surveillance cameras in the process. 182 more words
Hello I am Beth Bursten, a member of the Talent Acquisition team for Aurora Health Care and two time breast cancer survivor. October 2014 is a milestone for me in celebrating… 413 more words