Health & Fitness
S3:E21. The One Who Seeks To Be Seen And Heard
"I wish I heard - I see you, I hear you. You mean so much to me. You're important. I forgave my parents a long time ago because they did the best they could just like every parent. The first thing I say to a cancer patient that comes and speaks to me that they've been first diagnosed is - forgive your past and heal any resentments that you have." - Carmelina Baccari, Medical Tattoo Specialist and Breast Cancer Survivor
• "You can do this work but it doesn't mean it's gone. You're never fixed"
• "We are all imperfectly perfect"
• "How I made them feel, not what I gave them"
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Article in Authority Magazine featuring Carmelina: medium.com/authority-magazine/carmelina-baccari-i-survived-cancer-and-here-is-how-i-did-it-f7a1d26ac2d0
I believe life speaks to us in different ways. Many of us listen, but don't know how or where to begin. As someone who has crossed the bridge between life and death, I say simply begin where you are now and get busy living.
I've been seeking answers to some of life's most perplexing questions my entire life. In 2014 I was diagnosed with Stage 3 Cancer, and ever since, I realized my calling existed outside of what I knew to be familiar. As a Board Certified Wellness Coach, #1 Best-selling Author, and Syndicated Columnist, my job is to ask the deep questions of those trying to make sense of their place in this fractured world. I created this podcast as a home for survivors like myself, and those who yearn to build resilience in their mindset and live their best life.
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