Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Breast Cancer, Halloween, Justified Behavior, and Self Esteem

Today, I am introducing you to four of my most recent posts from some of my other blogs. Perhaps one or more of the titles will interest you enough to read the posts:

Do you know someone who has recently been diagnosed with breast cancer. Wonder what she or he will experience? Do you know what a MUGA scan is? Do you really understand how chemotherapy and radiation will affect your loved one? This article follows my 2009 journey with breast cancer from the initial finding of my lump through all of the procedures. Unlike pamphlets that detail the physical aspects of breast cancer, this journey takes you through my emotions.

Some kids find masks and scary creatures walking to their doors interesting and amusing. Others are scared. This blog is for those kids.

You probably know parents who say, “Not my kids!” And then justify whatever inappropriate behavior the kids act out. But do YOU justify YOUR kids’ behaviors? How about your own?

This article offers 47 ways to help your children (and you) feel good about themselves (and yourself). With several quotes, both religious and nonreligious, this program provides enough building blocks to help everyone achieve healthy self esteem.

If you would like to read more from this author, please visit me at any of the following places. As always, thank you for reading! 

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