Exercise

I’ve been considering this for awhile. I’ve consulted with loved ones, as well my therapist and PCP. I’ve been mindful of my daily activities, interactions, relationships, triggers and stressors, trying to imagine how they might feel differently. And I’ve come to a decision. After over 3 years taking Fluoxetine (a.k.a. Prozac), an antidepressant that has […]

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Two years ago we walked in honor and memory of our loved ones who died by suicide. Two years ago I was new to being a coach. 💪🏼 Two years ago I was learning to navigate life with moderate generalized anxiety disorder. 🤔 Two years ago I struggled to live what I claimed my priorities […]

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I love before and after pics! 💙  And it’s been awhile since I’ve shared a set of mine… 😉 So today, on the left, I give you 39-year-old me, the day after Eater Sunday in April 2014, when Bob and I began doing Focus T25 with Shaun T and drinking Shakeology daily. 👊🏼 On the right […]

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Then (2003): I had just taken my first BFP (positive pregnancy test)! 👊🏼💜😆 Now (2016): I am mom to three awesome and unique children (a son in 7th grade, a daughter in Heaven since she was born and died in April 2008, and a daughter in 1st grade)! ✌🏼️♥️☺️ Then (2003): I had an expensive private gym […]

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All Clear

by Kathy on March 26, 2016 · 4 comments

in Cancer, Coping, Exercise, Expectations, Optimism, Pain, Time

My surgery on Monday went well/as planned. During my recovery I have felt sore and tired, as expected. I have slept a lot and followed other recommendations from my doctor, including wearing a supportive sports bra, using a pillow to cushion my breast, and early on I used an ice pack and took medication for […]

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Today we had our second opinion appointment with a specialized breast surgeon at the University of Chicago Medical Center, Dr. J. We were very impressed with her. While in the waiting room at the Breast Center, we had the opportunity to look at information about Dr. J’s background and qualifications. I was encouraged to see […]

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