Moving Past Cancer – Positive Focused Group Coaching

Have you finished cancer treatment and want to explore actions to grow beyond it, and hear others’ examples of living past cancer with a positive focus?

Come join us online Sat. January 22, 2022 at 10:30 central time, and share your successes and joys in a place with others, who despite having had cancer, want to focus on the positivity in their life and ways they are thriving.

While the cancer diagnosis and treatment are daunting, many people get to the point where they want to focus on thinking positively about the things they can do, what feels good, and on being happy. If you have had cancer and want to explore and share with others the “what” and “how” that are working positively in your life, then this is the virtual group session for you! Nancy Schill, the facilitator, is a cancer survivor and Certified Professional Coach. She is also passionate about living fully and positively, while helping to spread messages and tips for positive living for all.

Click on this link to register for this online session:

Friends Around you

Today, I met with an associate who has been an invaluable resource , Joe Zygarlinski. He is a friend and Whorton Insurance agent for years. Joe has not only spent hours explaining my insurance features and how they apply to my circumstances, he and his wife have also been caring and provided emotional support through my breast cancer diagnosis and treatment. Joe has worked with probably hundreds of people diagnosed with cancer over the last couple of decades. He has also spent time with me looking at my blog and giving me feedback about the struggles he has seen people endure and what could have helped them. This was all to help me build my breast cancer coaching practice.

Who is around you at work, in your neighborhood, or in your circles that could be of help and support? Reach out to them and ask them for a little time to talk with you. I bet they’d be more than happy to. Then, you could feel a little more support!! Joe, told me right away when I was diagnosed with breast cancer, “Nancy, I know you may not want to, but you need to let people help and you need to reach out to people you are close to.” That was the first and most important piece of advice I received about how to get through this journey well!!

Thank you, Joe!!