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By tambre on December 9, 2011
Each day and in every moment, there is the opportunity to make a choice. And when those we love face the difficult ones, supporting them from a place of non-judgment or thinking you know better is an option.
Posted in Cancer Survivorship, Caregiver Coaching, Life Coaching | Tagged cancer survivorship, caregiving, choice, conscious choice, creating choice, freedom, getting rid of have tos, responsibility, shoulds, stop living by shoulds | 6 Responses
By tambre on December 6, 2011
To overcome a major illness such as cancer or to be there as a caregiver requires many things, but desire and motivation create a strong foundation upon which to build.
Posted in Cancer Survivorship, Caregiver Coaching | Tagged cancer survivorship, care for the caregiver, caregiving, desire, Hotels for Hope, making a difference, motivation, Neil Goldman, recovery, success, surviving cancer | 2 Responses
By guest blogger on November 4, 2011
Guest Blogger, Rob Harris, continues his journey from over-compassion back to authentically caring for his wife while living his truth including tips for handling in-patient treatment stays in an engaging and uplifting way.