A Kick Start in Life After Breast Cancer Recovery with Wellness Coach and RN Sue Bock

October 30, 2011

Breast Health

Wellness Coach, RN, Breast Cancer graduate Sue Bock joins holistic health talk for women radio host Irina Wardas on Thursday, October 27th at 9:30 am PT / 12:30 pm ET LIVE

: Health Talk for Women Radio Show and Podcast Topic:  Guiding Women to a New Way of Thinking After Breast Cancer Treatment

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Sue Bock is a Wellness Coach, RN, Breast Cancer graduate and founder of Courage to Adventure CoachingSue’s passion for life is motivating her to share her gift of empathy and courage with others through, speaking, writing, and coaching. Sue’s own curiosity and desire for a “bigger” life has brought her to a better understanding of the human condition.  She uses her sense of humor to bring a sometimes-intense situation into perspective.  Sue’s articulate, non-judgmental, easy-to talk-to style, opens up an environment for clients to feel at home.  She is a reliable confidant who is honest, yet gentle with her responses.Thriving

Her own experience with breast cancer gives her a unique perspective into the vulnerability of life.  Now her mission is to guide women to a new way of thinking after breast cancer treatment.  “Breast cancer doesn’t define you.  It frees you to arrive at different choices.”  

Callers are welcome to join the conversation:  (347)-857-4862

Suggested Women Radio and Podcast Interview Questions:

In a nutshell, what is a wellness coach and what are the benefits?

What was the deciding factor for coaching women after breast cancer?

What changed for you with your diagnosis of breast cancer?

What do you mean thrivership vs survivorship?

What do you think is the need for a wellness coach after breast cancer treatment is done?

Is there a practical application for coaching or is this more about taking care of emotional needs?

How long does someone need to work with you to see the benefits?

Coming from the medical community, what is your opinion about the mind, body, & soul connection?

Looking forward to your questions (347)-857-4862

Let us breathe, smile and dance at the end of the show together.

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