I experienced three pretty frightening health scares the last few years, and I thought it might be helpful to you if I talked about them. My hope is that I can inspire you to go get yourself checked out by a doctor if you have a niggle that’s been bothering you.

That lump in your breast? Now’s the time to go get it checked out! That weird-looking mole? Go get it tested! 

It’s all too human an impulse, to bury our head in the sand and try to ignore the problems we know we should be dealing with.

In this episode I share my story (stories, actually!) to show you that it gets less scary if you face your problems head on. I also share eight important lessons I learned during this process, lessons which will make it easier for you to follow through!

Remember: if something is wrong your situation will probably only get worse if you do nothing, and it will probably get better if you DO do something about it.

 

 

Here’s a glance at this episode…
  • [0:53] The ostrich effect
  • [3:58] If we don’t want to deal with it we can really only do two things
  • [5:30] The first scare: melanoma
  • [11:48] The second scare: fearful smear
  • [16:00] The third scare: lumpy breast
  • [25:09] The eight lessons I learned living through these experiences
 
Links mentioned in this episode

Gabrielle is an evidence-based vegan coach who believes that health transformation begins when you switch to a plant-based diet. Her mission is to help midlife women eat in alignment with who they are and what they value so that they can lead a happier, healthier and more fulfilling life.

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