How to Calm the Quiet
When most of us think of the word “quiet” we think of peace and tranquility, right? When you have cancer, or any other illness for that matter, quiet brings on a new meaning. It is the solitude of your illness. Well, what does that mean? you might ask.
Here is the thing about having cancer. You can be in a room full of people who love you, talk to you, cheer for you and are just plain THERE for you but, you alone are with your cancer.
A Trip to the Beach
We all have our insecurities and perhaps I’m mentioning the beach bit now - in the middle of winter no less - because I just got back from a beach vacation. No one wants to run full-on Bo Derek down the sandy edge of the ocean after eating Thanksgiving dinner, Christmas cookies and all the penne a la vodka in between. In this case, we are talking about me. Or are you in this scenario also? Read the full article as published in BIZCATALYST 360° HERE!
VoiceAmerica.com: Rack Back BEaUty
Rack Back BEaUty, Hosted by Bonnie Bonadeo
Episode Description: What do you do when you get diagnosed with Cancer? You write a memoir, add a little comedy and start a not for profit organization to help other's affected by cancer. Meet my guest Connie Bramer, Founder, and CEO of Get Your Rack Back as she shares her cancer journey and BEaUtiful recovery and contribution to help others. Get the full episode HERE