You Are the Placebo – Making Your Mind Matter by Dr. Joe Dispenza

You Are the Placebo – Making Your Mind Matter by Dr. Joe Dispenza

No one likes to hear, "It's all in your mind." But, what if we have the "biological and neurological machinery" to make ourselves better? You Are the Placebo, by Dr. Joe Dispenza, isn't about positive thinking or the law of attraction. It's also definitely not about patient blaming. What it's about is looking at the [...]

Welcome Old Friends & New Friends to the WWGN Community!

Welcome Old Friends & New Friends to the WWGN Community!

This week we’ve been blessed with many new WWGN members, mostly due to the guest post I wrote for Cure Magazine. (Right now the iconic Girl Scout song: “Make new friends and keep the old, one is silver and the other’s gold,” is playing in my head. Because not everyone has been here from the very beginning, I though […]

Are You Ready to Open Up to Trust, Happiness & Joy?

Are You Ready to Open Up to Trust, Happiness & Joy?

I've had my share of profound unhappiness. When it hits, I'm always struck by its enormity and completeness, like a hurricane that moves in and devastates until there is nothing left of what was touched. For the record, I'm not talking about depression. I'm talking about reliving low points, like family dysfunction, poisonous relationships, infertility, [...]

It’s Here! How to Build an Amazing Life After Treatment

It’s Here! How to Build an Amazing Life After Treatment

My newest book, How to Build an Amazing Life After Treatment; 10 (more) simple secrets to creating inspired healing, wellness & your joyous life after cancer is here! Get it now while it's HOT off the (digital) presses! Part II of my After Treatment book series, How to Build an Amazing Life After Treatment picks [...]

Test Anxiety & Why I Love the Sisterhood

Test Anxiety & Why I Love the Sisterhood

Today I drove myself to the breast center for a mammogram and ultrasound of my left breast. There was no drama caused by a horrible technician, like the first time I went for a mammogram after my mastectomy. Everyone was professional, pleasant and sensitive. No, this time the drama was raging inside my head. I [...]

How to Express Your Cancer Anger, Even if Something Gets Broken

How to Express Your Cancer Anger, Even if Something Gets Broken

Question: How many cancer patients does it take to change a light bulb? Answer:  A few months after my April 15, 2009, mastectomy and TRAM flap reconstruction, I changed a light bulb. The light fixture had a cover which I removed to get to the bulb. Everything went well until I tried to reattach the [...]