Cancer has had a huge impact on my life, health, and weight, even though I have never had the disease myself. I have lost many close family members and dear friends to this disease. It had become part of my journey in life.
Until recently, I rejected it, hated it, resisted it until my sweet mother lie dying from cancer. It was at that moment that I decided to embrace my journey and all that cancer had taught me. This was part of MY life that I could not ignore any longer. It was not going away. I made the choice to tap into my inner wisdom and use it to help others.
I am now dedicated to helping women who have been affected by a cancer diagnosis of a loved one. I give my clients tools to feel better.
Maybe your story resembles mine. A loved one (or multiple loved ones) have been diagnosed with cancer. You did not know how to manage the intense fear, sadness, and grief. I turned to food for comfort, maybe you did too. Perhaps you just shut down or turned to another false pleasure like over working , drinking, or shopping. Turning to the false pleasures or buffering does make you feel better – albeit temporarily. It can be a way of survival through a dark time in your life. I totally get it. But the problem is compounded now by your weight gain if you are an emotional eater, or by your lack of balance if you are an over worker etc. The indulging in excess food, drink, work, shopping in an attempt to feel better is actually negatively affecting your well-being.
It’s time to change. I have good news for you. I can teach you how to manage your mind and your emotions – this is really the most important element for women using false pleasures to feel better.
I will help you deal with difficult emotions that come with having a loved one diagnosed with cancer. We will address those emotions that are driving you to react. I regained control of my mind, body and my life…and you can too!