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A few weeks back I was interviewed by the local Mayor’s wife, Dr. Michelle Prince.

I’ve downloaded the interview and you can listen to it here.

Michelle was diagnosed with colon cancer a few months back and is kicking it’s ass (no pun intended). She’s doing great!

I’ve come to realize that it doesn’t matter who you are or what your social ‘status’ is, we all have some sort of internal ache for more. A desire…

To seek out a better way of being.
To discover who we are.
To overcome incredible challenge.

Michelle and I talk about…

  • How to talk to your children about ‘scary’ things, like cancer.
  • How to communicate your needs to those around you when you need their support.
  • How to choose the positive when you are surrounded by negative.
  • How to rid yourself of paralyzing fear and get into action.

Let me know what you think of the interview; leave a message in the comments below!

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Heather Chauvin is a mental health and self-esteem advocate who has made it her mission to enhance the lives of women and children through conscious living. Heather has a Bachelor of Social Worker Degree and wide variety of continuing education certification in the mental health and holistic sector. Heather also carries a decade of experience working with many diverse populations locally and abroad. Heather leads dynamic training programs that teach both adults and children to succeed in life and accomplish anything they put their minds to. Her unique life experience and professional trainings gives Heather a one-of-a kind approach to personal growth and development.


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