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By tambre on January 14, 2011
Who Survives…and is it enough or can we do, be and experience more?
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.
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By tambre on October 1, 2010
I am a big believer in individuals being independent and self-reliant. I encourage my clients to build this muscle and I live it in my own life but it is also important to know when to ask for help. Discover the power of one plus.
Posted in Cancer Survivorship, Caregiver Coaching, Life Coaching, Relationships | Tagged accountability, asking for help, board of directors, building a team, building a wellness team, independence, self-reliance, succeeding at your goals, support, support for caregivers | Leave a response