Ingrid Langenbruch has been living with reoccurring cancer for the past sixteen years. Even after finding out that the cancer has now metastasised, rather than giving in, she continues to find new ways to live well and to be of service to others. All who know Ingrid will attest to how well she is, how well she looks, although her body would tell a different story. In this interview Ingrid talks about the big changes she has made in her life, from lifestyle choices right through to how she feels about herself and it naturally follows, she says, to how she feels about others. This interview will inspire you whether you are living with chronic illness or experiencing good health.
You can share in more of Ingrid's journey on her website Ingrid Unfolding. Thank you, Ingrid, for showing us how to Live Well with Chronic Illness.
Susan Evans is in her sixties, has been working as a retail manager for the past twelve years, is reasonably secure financially and within herself. Life seemed particularly good having found a philosophy and religion that is fulfilling and has brought her a deeper connection with herself and others. Then one fateful day, a couple of years ago, she is given a diagnosis of lung cancer. How do you find your way forward from there? According to Susan, the way forward is to embrace the experience, not fight it. She said to me "I don't have cancer, my body does." You can learn more about her journey in this interview.
Gayle is innately curious about people; how they see the world, how they position themselves in the world and why they do what they do. She loves interviewing people for these same reasons.
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