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A Step-By-Step Approach to Healing and Preventing Cancer

If you’re concerned about cancer, or have a loved one facing cancer right now, I’ve got an invaluable resource to share with you today from my friend and 14-year cancer survivor, Chris Wark.

Chris was diagnosed with stage IIIc colon cancer in 2003, two days before Christmas, at just 26 years old.

When faced with intimidating odds of survival, Chris did the unthinkable…

He turned down chemotherapy.

His doctors told him he was “Insane”, and had very little support, but he knew he had to take a different path to restore his health. His was rationale was:

“If my body created it, maybe my body can heal it…”

And he was right.

Today… over 14 years later, Chris is alive and well, and cancer free, and he’s sharing how he and many others have healed with nutrition and natural therapies.

Chris created a powerful 10-part video series called…

The SQUARE ONE: Healing Cancer Coaching Program

The information in SQUARE ONE covers the exact strategies he (and countless others ) used to heal cancer…

And you can watch all 10 Modules free online. (details below)

Here’s the free screening schedule:

Aug 14: Module 1 – First Things First
Aug 15: Module 2 – Why You Have Cancer & How to Eliminate the Causes
Aug 16: Module 3 – The Anti-Cancer Diet (Part 1)
Aug 17: Module 4 – The Anti-Cancer Diet (Part 2)
Aug 18: Module 5 – How to Detoxify Your Body & Environment
Aug 19: Module 6 – How to Eliminate Stress & Heal Your Heart
Aug 20: Module 7 – The Importance of Spiritual Healing
Aug 21: Module 8 – How Exercise & Rest Activate Healing
Aug 22: Module 9 – Cancer Healing Herbs, Teas & Supplements
Aug 23: Module 10 – How to Test & Monitor Your Progress

Chris’s SQUARE ONE program takes you step-by-step through the healing process in a simple straightforward way that is empowering, hopeful and encouraging, without being overwhelming or confusing.

There’s nothing else like this (I sure wish it had been available when I was diagnosed in 2010 and 2012!) and I am so excited to be the first to to share it with you 🙂

Check out this 3 minute video about Chris’s story and the course here.

While you’re there, you can register to watch ALL 10 SQUARE ONE Modules FREE online this month.

If you’re a patient, a caregiver, or you’re serious about prevention, this course is for you. Don’t miss it!

Watch the 3-minute video here, read the incredible testimonials, get registered for free access, and tune in to watch this awesome series.

I’ll see you there!

Warm regards,

Sharon

PS: This powerful 10-part video program will only be free online for a short time in August, so I strongly encourage you to sign up now. 🙂


sharon o'connor cancer blogger cancer survivor colon cancer colorectal cancer wellness after cancerSharon O’Connor is a wife, mom, and stage 4 colon cancer survivor who has been NED (“no evidence of disease”) since 2013. She loves coffee, writing, and taking walks with her husband, Tom, and their adopted Pug-Maltese mix, Ace. Sharon is grateful for wellness support strategies that work and that have helped support her personal journey with cancer, like the ones shared by Chris Wark.

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Sharon’s Note: As always, information I share about my personal journey with cancer is never intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease. Only your awesome doctor can do that kind of stuff. I DO intend to share strategies that have given me hope in a hugely hopeless situation.

Life Coaching for Cancer Patients

sustain me notes on cancer faith infused encouragement for stage four cancer patients

The Survivor’s Guide is our directory to great local businesses, especially ones that help cancer patients. This week we look at ways a life coach can work with people affected by cancer. (Ladies, there is an opportunity for you at the end of the article!)

Recently we introduced to you a certified Christian life coach named Julie Sass. I was curious about how a life coach might help cancer patients coping with the reality of cancer. Julie shared ways a life coach can help cancer patients adjusting to their “new normal”.

Q: What are some ways that a Christian life coach can help cancer patients?

Julie: I like the whole idea of “Strength Based Coaching”. So often people look at the negatives in a situation. Or the “How?” question trips people up: “How can I possibly move on from this devastating blow?” We come from a culture that promotes the well rounded being. The culture focuses on what you are lacking instead of what you have been blessed with. Although I do not think it is necessarily a bad thing to always try to improve ourselves, I do think that God created us all with a unique set of talents, gifts, and abilities. I believe God intended for us to not dwell on the areas of weakness. 2 Corinthians 12:9 says, “My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in your weakness.” We need to use the strengths He has given us. I think that cancer patients, especially, need to be built up by focusing on their areas of individual strength when they are going through or have come out of a time of draining physical and emotional weakness.

I support my clients in hearing them as they review their vision for life, purpose, and values, and allowing them to reach a conclusion that helps them adjust to the “new normal” of life. Even as life is a series of changes (and challenges like cancer), it also is a series of choices on how we choose to respond to the change. I truly believe that the small steps we can take to change our thoughts will affect our words, which affect our actions, which affect our habits – and our habits form our destiny. So I help clients realign their thoughts (words, actions and habits follow), to live a more fulfilling and satisfying life by focusing on their God-given strengths.

Q: What specifically do you encourage your clients to remember about life?            

Julie: I encourage clients by sharing the following thoughts: (Click Here to View the Full Article on Life Coaching for Cancer Patients)