Blog - Reflections - Spirituality

Demystifying life with chronic illness

Truth be told, sometimes the hardest lessons to learn are the ones our spirit needs the most. These two pictures are forty-eight hours...
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Mental Health Awareness Month

Mental health is essential to everyone’s overall health and wellbeing, and mental illnesses are common and treatable. While 1 in 5...
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Caregiver Bill of Rights 

As a caregiver, you may easily find yourself being caught up with all of the day-to-day demands of caring for your loved one, and helping...
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Faith as a Foundation for Healing and Growth

"The View from the Mountaintop" by Lynda Gail Salmon, Ph.D. Three weeks after receiving my Ph.D., I was diagnosed with stage three...
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Holiday Blog: The answer is, through gratitude.

For any person, coming upon the end of a year can make you feel like you are searching for all the promises you’ve kept, goals...
Living with MBC - MY LIFE - Spirituality

Living with Metastatic Breast Cancer

My name is Angela aka Jersi Baker. I am 48-years-young. I am battling this disease for the third time and am now living with Stage...
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Sound Healing for fighting Cancer (3 of 4)

Hello Fabulous Fighters! Thank you all for reading last weeks article and continuing to dive deep into the world of multiple modalities of...
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Digging Deep – 2 of 4

Why me? When I stop to think of my life and how it seemed at the time of diagnosis I can identify areas where I was unhappy or...
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I’m not just Lucy with cancer. My cancer diagnosis is just a chapter. 1 of 4

Hmmm, how do I share the story of a diagnosis that happened ten years ago? Well, for starters I was way too young and breast cancer...
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What Cancer Taught Me: Advice from a Survivor

By Caitlin M. Kiernan There is no question that a cancer diagnosis is life-altering.  I was never the same girl after my diagnosis....