After leaving her marriage, she started over -- including an acting career she had put on hold.
She then received a diagnosis of breast cancer.
Her medical team ordered that she have NO stress in her life.
So, she wrote and produced a short film (a comedy) that has so far won 20 awards.
Janelle's mother's sister, Jane Tolhurst, made a bold decision that probably saved her life: instead of agreeing to the recommended lumpectomy, she asked to have a bilateral, radical mastectomy.
She unexpectedly achieved a deep inner peace far beyond everything she prayed for.
Here is her story.
After a dire diagnosis when he was young, Price changed his lifestyle and cured himself, much to his physicians' confusion.
Food truly can be your medicine, and Price teaches this worldwide. Join us as he gives an overview of the concepts he shares.
Guest Guisela Corado, photographer and breast cancer warrior, shares her story of escape from domestic violence, the shame and depression connected to abuse, and how she navigated her journey through breast cancer, surgery, chemotherapy, and living life to its fullest in the now.
Geri Lordé discusses depression and the shame connected to reaching out for professional help in the Black community. Cultural beliefs about being strong and healthy may be what makes us more sick in the long run.
Getting help is healthy!