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Seven Steps To Advocate For Your Health

Ever feel like an aggressive driver? Chalk it up to years living in Los Angeles. In LA, if you don’t drive fast enough, if you don’t run the yellow, and if you don’t get out of the way you WILL get the bird from other drivers. Or dangerously cut off. So I prefer to think of myself as an assertive driver. 

I also like to think of myself as an assertive person - especially when it comes to health. After years as a nurse and a patient, I’ve seen both sides of the curtain. As a nurse, I really need my clients' honesty so I can see the full picture. And as a patient, I really need my healthcare providers to answer my questions so I can make the best decisions for my health. This is where partnership comes in. 

In my moments of weakness, I tell myself: To learn the answer you have to ask. To ask you have to speak. To speak to someone you got to get the damn doctor on the phone.

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A Woman's Place - Wherever She Damn Well Chooses

A woman’s place should be wherever she damn well chooses. And wherever that place is, I hope she feels strong and healthy. 

I speak to women and serve women and care about the health of women because too often society has been taught not to.

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Prism of Health - What Keeps Me Balanced

A prism is a geometric figure. A prism is also a triangular glass object that gives the illusion of transforming white light into the spectrum of colors. The prism transforms one unified beam of light to many separate but equal forms.

Metaphorically, my prism of health magnifies whole-person health into all the separate pieces. The desire for complete health enters the prism, and the individual components reflect outward.

When I focus the individual components of health in my life, I see

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