We will all battle hopelessness at some point in our lives. And no matter who we are or what our situation, HOPE is one thing we all desperately need. Most people understand hope as wishful thinking, as in “I hope something will happen.” But that is such a watered down version of what hope is.… Read More
Dr. Sheri Prentiss
Celebrating Womanhood and Life
In honor of International Women’s Month, I have the auspicious honor of being the keynote speaker at the Suits, Stilettos and Lipstick (SSL) For Women Who Want It All, Decadent Mini-Retreat being held on March 17, 2015 at The Atlantic Hotel & Spa in Fort Lauderdale, FL. SSL’s mission is to provide women with effective… Read More
Love is in the Air
I, like most people, have moments when just the thought of the love we have received is enough to get us through a difficult day. Life happens and, as such, there are times when we feel lonely although we are surrounded by many; sad although we have so many things that make us happy; and… Read More
Are You Prepared For Your New Beginnings?
The year 2015 holds endless possibilities for us all. Personally for me, I’m planning what I hope will be a successful book tour promoting my new book, “When Everything Changed: My Journey from Physician to Patient.” In addition, I’m also launching a new company that I have co-founded, WOW Health Group LLC, an organization that… Read More
What Makes Any House a Home?
What makes a house—or an apartment, a condo, or a cabin—a home? Everywhere we look, there’s another expert telling us the answer lies in something we don’t have, from fancy bed linens to an interior decorator. The feeling of being “at home” can’t be bought, however, because it comes from an intimate relationship between us… Read More
In Everything, By Prayer & Petition, with Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving Day —a day of family gatherings to give thanks for our many blessings—has evolved into a day of turkey, football and shopping. A lust for stuff is a stark contradiction to the origins of Thanksgiving. Abraham Lincoln once noted that the costly war had “not arrested the plow, the shuttle or the ship,” that… Read More