Cheryl Ash-Simpson thought after years of climbing the corporate ladder and being an overachiever, she had it all. She had a wonderful career, a gorgeous daughter and had finally found the love of her life. But that perfect image of having it all was shattered just three days before her wedding when Cheryl received the… Read More
What Happens When We Trust God
I found a lump in my breast, a hard little mass about the size of a pecan. Examining it in the shower I had one of those stutter-step moments. The kind where your heart stands still while your mind races ahead. Is it cancer? What am I going to do? I do not feel like… Read More
Join Us for Love in Action – Bahamas Style!
Loving on Me is headed to the Bahamas to celebrate survivorship and soul wellness. Come join us in Nassau January 16-19 for the Susan G. Komen Bahamas Race for the Cure. Set on beautiful Paradise Island, this 5k is a great way to kick off the year serving and soaking up the healing rays of… Read More
Every Day in Every Way, L.I.V.E.
In 2011, I set out to write my story of how the tragedies of cancer, death, disability and divorce forced me to L.I.V.E., which is trademarked and part of my signature. Love myself and others Inspire those around me Voice my dreams and ambitions Enjoy life I wanted to expose my raw feelings to people… Read More
Are You Caring for a Cancer Survivor? What You Need to Know
Now that 2014 is nearly half gone, I find myself reflecting on the past year. I can recall so many memorable moments! I’ve learned to reflect on my past, but not dwell there, to L.I.V.E in the present to the fullest, and to hope in my future with joy. One such moment I can recall… Read More
Nancy Brinker’s Promise Changed the World
“I Promise.” When Ambassador Nancy G. Brinker uttered those words her life changed forever, along with millions of women around the world. It was 1977 when a family crisis revealed the calling on her life. Nancy’s older sister, Susan G. Komen, had been diagnosed with breast cancer. It was a different time then. People didn’t… Read More