A friend of mine recently started her own radio show where she talks about mostly women’s issues. Helping to teach, sharing, empowering, etc. Last week she asked me to be a guest on her show. So we set up a time to talk about that. I assumed I would be talking about being a Psychic Medium and an Animal Communicator, and maybe doing some quick live readings for those listening. But the second we started talking, I realized she was leaning towards me talking about my experience with breast cancer. And, believe it or not, I was immediately ALL IN.
As it turns out, I have been sweeping my experience with b.c. under an imaginary rug. And, as it also turns out, that’s not a good thing. Like, at all. The truth is, although I finished my treatments on New Years Eve 2020…the stuff has followed me and finally reared its ugly head again in the form of some fairly hefty anxiety attacks.
Now, if you talk to most people who know me they’ll tell you that I almost always talk about ‘all the opportunities that came from my diagnosis and treatment,’ as opposed to any of the bad stuff. And to be clear, there really was a whole lot of good that I came to know and embrace after I was done. However, that doesn’t mean that the experience didn’t absolutely suck. But, as many of us were taught growing up, I was determined to ‘put my big girl panties’ on, suck it up, and not complain about it. Add to that my love of the Law of Attraction. Where you get what you focus on…so I have been determined not to talk about it.
As it turns out, those anxiety attacks were sort of like my subconscious waiting for the other shoe to drop. Basically because I didn’t address the dropping of the first shoe. The good news is, I’m doing that now. Let’s say I’m ‘re-souling’ that first shoe and tying the laces! LOL!
One of the things I most definitely told myself during my 2020 was that I sincerely wanted to be of service to anyone who finds themselves in a similar situation. I believe I’m now about to get that chance.
And here’s the kicker. We’re doing the live radio show on October 21. The anniversary of my Mom’s passing. I KNOW she had a hand it that. So, if you’re interested in hearing me put it all out there, subscribe to my friend Dr. Danielle Clark’s youtube channel here.
Live and learn with love…