Feb 20, 2024
What to eat after a breast cancer diagnosis can be a major source of anxiety and even guilt.
Add on to that the scare tactics that many companies use to draw you in and you can end up with a lot of food fear.
One element found in plant foods is called oxalates, and these plant compounds are often hyped up to be...
Feb 16, 2024
How can someone expect to have the ability to deal with and manage a breast cancer diagnosis when they never thought this would happen in their life?
Maybe they don’t.
But we do have the capacity to learn these skills.
In this episode we’ll talk about the challenge of overcoming how your brain is hardwired...
Feb 13, 2024
The diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer can lead to a powerful disconnect from the body.
Many survivors feel betrayed by their own bodies and often that distance piles onto existing body image issues.
Sadly, when we lose connection with our bodies, there’s no way we can care for them in the ways necessary...
Feb 9, 2024
If there’s one thing I could change about the experience of breast cancer, (even though it’s hard to pick only one) It would be the compulsion to hold everything in because of the fear of worrying or upsetting someone else.
All emotions are a part of the human experience, and having the skill to express,...
Feb 6, 2024
Today, we're diving into a fascinating topic: how generational trauma affects our epigenetics, and the profound impact stress has on our bodies.
Generational trauma, a term that's gaining more recognition, refers to the emotional and psychological impacts of traumatic experiences that are not just lived by one...