February 2017

Shadette Cancer Taught Me

Cancer taught me that I can be vulnerable and strong. I can be scared and secure. I can be worried and confident…. And, I can be these things all at the same time. Cancer taught me that there are no rules; there is no ONE way to feel. I learned that I still have a life to live. Cancer taught me that we all really are the same. We all are really in this together – patients, providers, caregivers...

Time for Spring Cleaning!

I am dreaming of spring and one thing I actually love about the weather warming up, is opening the windows and cleaning out the dust. However, there are a few areas that I hate to clean – we all have them, right? When is the last time you cleaned your refrigerator? How about the inside of your oven? When is the last time you remember cleaning the tops of your cupboards? These are all things I...

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Ever since the beginning of this New Year, it seems that everywhere I turn I see some reference to the concept of mindfulness. My girlfriend gave me a coffee table book on “mindfulness,” I see references on Facebook about being mindful, my on-line book club selection of the month is all about being mindful! Some would say that this is a coincidence. However, my life experience and spiritual wisdom...

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What is L.O.V.E.? I recently stumbled across this quote in David Richo’s book, How To Be An Adult: A Handbook on Psychological and Spiritual Integration, “Love is ineffable. We can never adequately put our love into words because words are categories of our minds and love is a living experience.” I just LOVE it! “Love is ineffable… love is a living experience...” It brings so much possibility and...