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By tambre on January 10, 2011
Sometimes in life you become a reluctant expert because of the circumstances visited upon you. I am reluctant expert in care giving for loved ones. I am reluctant expert in the personal impact cancer has when it hits close to home. I am a reluctant expert in loss, major life transitions and learning to go on ~ no matter what. So as we proceed into the New Year, my writing will reflect this more, though it will be rich with insights for anyone facing a major transition or wishing to live a transformed life. If you know someone who has been or currently is impacted by cancer, please forward along a link to my blog.
Posted in Cancer Survivorship, Life Coaching | Tagged cancer, cancer survivorship coaching, care giving, caregiver coaching, caregiving, expert, life coach, Life Coaching, life transitions, reluctant expert | Leave a response
By tambre on May 27, 2010
Thoughts and limiting beliefs create the box we live in and the identity we believe is us. Today’s blog is about becoming aware of the box we’ve created and then taking one step that moves outside our comfort zone.
By tambre on May 13, 2010
I am here to let you know that whatever challenges you may be facing, there is a way to work through them, find the gifts, uncover your brilliance and live with passion. I have gained a lot of insight and wisdom over the course of my grief recovery that I am committed to sharing with others. My daily blogs will include tips and tools for living boldly, designing an extraordinary life and how to thrive in the face of upsets, issues, long term blocks and major transitions.
Posted in Grief Recovery, Intro to New Topic, transformation, Transitions | Tagged brilliance, cancer, change, depression, extraordinary, grief, Grief Recovery, Kathmandu, Katmandu, life coach, Transitions | Leave a response