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Beauty from the Inside Out: How to Love the Way You Look NO MATTER WHAT

Peggy O`Neill

Standing 3’ 8” Peggy O’Neill knows what it’s like to look different. Serious illness or injury can suddenly throw us into that same boat whether we like it or not, and it can be very difficult to deal with. Join Peggy as she shares her bumpy life journey, and learn how she came to accept and then bask in the light of her differences.

Don't Forget About Your Teeth!

Hugh Bialecki, DMD

Did you know that you could die from poor dental health? Knowing that, imagine how important your dental health is during a major illness! It is crucial to be aware of the tips and strategies in this program in order to make sure that you don’t make a bad situation worse by having problems with your teeth while undergoing treatment for a serious illness.

Finding Humor During Challenging Times

Karyn Buxman RN, MS, CSP, CPAE

Humor is arguably one of the most crucial coping mechanisms when dealing with difficult medical challenges. But how do we find things to laugh about when we are worried, stressed, and feeling lousy? In this entertaining program, Karyn shares practical easy-to-do exercises and techniques to help you find things to laugh about even when you don’t feel like laughing.

How to Stay Sane and Lighthearted in Stressful Times

Sheryl Roush

Maintaining a positive and lighthearted attitude is often a challenge when times are good; doing so during a serious illness is next to impossible! Or is it? In this uplifting program, Sheryl gives us tips, techniques, and exercises that helped her during some very difficult times of her own. They will work for you, too.

Innovative Communication Techniques

Jeff Tobe, CSP

You might be surprised to know that coping with a difficult situation is easier when you use a little creativity. Spend an hour with Jeff, who is a cancer survivor, to get some fascinating insight and interesting ideas on how you can do just that.

Keeping the Romance Alive During a Serious Illness

Greg Godek

We all think that it’s romantic to have a candle-lit dinner or go on a cruise or some other exciting vacation. And it is! But when someone doesn’t feel well, it’s difficult if not downright impossible to do those things. Can you still be romantic, though?  YES!  This program shows you how.

Maintaining Perspective in Stressful Times

Leslie Charles, CSP

It’s surprising how much you can reduce your stress and anxiety when you put things in the proper perspective. After spending this hour with Leslie you will begin to understand that a large part of your stress is based on your perception of a situation, which may not always be as it seems.

Self-Leadership: Doing What You Need to Do, When You Need to Do It, Even Though You Don't Feel Like It!

Jim Cathcart, CSP, CPAE

Let’s face it; sometimes it feels impossible to do what you have to do, especially when you or a loved one is dealing with a serious illness. Getting yourself to do these things anyway, or “will-power,” or “self-discipline,” is a skill and fine art which you can master with this program.

The Acorn Principle: How to Identify and Harness Your Natural Abilities to Fight the Good Fight

Jim Cathcart, CSP, CPAE

How well do you know your own nature, your natural abilities, and how you react to people and situations?  In this program, Jim will take us through some steps that we can take to identify these things in ourselves and our loved ones, and use them to our advantage to “fight the good fight.”

The Bottom Line: The Single Most Important Skill Family Caregivers Need for Good Outcomes

Vicki Rackner, MD, FACS

Family caregivers are the unsung heroes of serious illness. The role they play determines, in large part, the comfort, mental st

Understanding Body Language During a Health Crisis

Linda Talley, CSP

Have you ever wondered if your presence was a help or hindrance? Have you ever wondered if you should have said more (or less)? Have you ever wondered why your caregiver was at a loss for words or your patient turned his/her back on you? In this program you will discover the answers to these questions and more as you learn how people communicate with body language, whether they want to or not!

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