Thursday, July 28, 2016

The Two Faces of Cancer

Meet Jill

Jill is 52 years old. She has three children between the ages of 19 and 10. She’s been happily married for 27 years and has a satisfying and rewarding career in nursing.

On the outside, she is a happy, bubbly, loving person. Jill likes everyone and most everyone likes her. But sadly Jill is battling her third round of breast cancer in less than five years.

Her biggest fear is that she won’t be around to enjoy her grandchildren. She is worried and confused. The stress is manifesting as excess weight that is diminishing her health even further.

Jill says, “My biggest challenge is fatigue… Sprinkled with stress. I know what I need to do - it frustrates and baffles me that I cannot do it.”

Jill is the perfect client for my program because she has a strong desire to get well and stay well. She will continue working with her doctors and undergo chemo. But she wants to do more. She wants to empower herself to get well.

She knows handing her health over to her doctors is not enough if she wants to recover for good this time.

Within the first few weeks of enrolling in the program, she has discovered many things about herself that are standing in the way of her recovery from cancer. She is recognizing inherited, generational behaviors - behaviors she learned and is now passing on to her daughter. She is discovering that the stress of being sick is keeping her sick.

Jill is on a path of self-discovery! Together we are working  to:

  • identify the thoughts and actions causing her stress,

  • develop techniques to reduce her stress,

  • replace fear and doubt with hope and belief,

  • discover and release deep-seated limiting beliefs,

  • accelerate her healing with alternative therapies and techniques, proper nutrition, and better sleep.

For the first time in years, Jill has replaced hope with BELIEF in her ability to thrive! She truly believes she can make a full recovery.

If this sounds like you or someone you know, there is hope!  

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