I'm Laura - Medical Intuitive, Author, Energy Wellness Enthusiast & Ambassador of Nurturing Communication.
Join me LIVE on Bob’s Coffee Chat Friday January 15, 2021 at 10:45amfor everyone's favorite topic - Food!
Food is MedicineFood is many things to many people. It is nutrition, a source of energy, a comfort, a gift of sharing and love.Choosing the foods we eat and how we prepare them can have a profound effect on oureveryday feelings and thoughts.Join me, Ayurvedic nutritionist and cook Amrita Bligi, and Chef Enrico of Cerri Catering as we create a meal together and share the joy and health benefits of preparing food with love and good thoughts for optimum self-care, self-love and energy.Dr. Erlene Chiang, who first taught me the concept of "Food as Medicine" will also be speaking.Everyone is welcome to join us on Bob’s Coffee Chat via Zoom January 15, 2021 from 10:45am to Noon.
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Tell family, friends and my community? Tell my kids? Don’t tell my kids?
According to the American Cancer Society; If children hear about a family member’s cancer from someone else, like a curious neighbor or a classmate, it can destroy the trust that parents have worked to build.
It was important for me to maintain the trust I had built with my kids so when I was diagnosed with breast cancer 14+ years ago my priority was to tell my children first. It was the most difficult conversation I had with my kids.
As I underwent treatments I realized I could have made my children’s lives easier had I been able to communicate with them what I might experience, like my hair falling out. After all I was just determined to be “normal”.
My journey began with experience to create a resource to help families discuss with their children what might happen to them as they live through the experience of a breast cancer diagnosis.
May this be an easy decision to make for your family by picking up a copy of Maggie Lives with Breast Cancer: A Family Tale of New Beginnings to start communicating with your children what you may experience.
Here's What the Experts Are Saying
“A wonderful story and resource for families living with a breast cancer diagnosis.”
Dr. E. Shelley Hwang, MD, MPH
One of Time Magazine’s 100 Most Influential People
Maggie did not disappoint. This book gets the balance right. It doesn’t shirk the difficult topics but they are introduced without drama or scare tactics. The book provides just the right amount of accurate information to explain what is going on and manage expectations. The illustrations are engaging, whimsical and gorgeous, the characters real and sympathetic.
Rose Barlow, Emeritus
Zero Breast Cancer
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I work with families living with a breast cancer diagnosis. I help them have more energy to live their lives fearlessly despite the diagnosis. Every woman diagnosed with breast cancer has a story and experience that is unique. Let’s explore together how to redefine what is possible with your new normal.
As a Medical Intuitive and Ambassador of Nurturing Communication I facilitate healing energetically. I am committed to helping families by guiding them to engage in healing communication.
Laura L. Vidal is recognized by Continental Who’s Who as a Pinnacle Professional in the field of Health and Wellness. Intuition Medicine® Practitioner. MIM 26.
Laura is not a licensed healing arts practitioner in the state of California.
38 Miller Ave #145Mill Valley, CA 94941
During our 30 minute Empowerment Breakthrough Session...
Explore how to be less anxious.
Uncover obstacles that maybe preventing you from healing communication.
Explore how to support your families energy needs with your new normal.
Let’s explore how to redefine what is possible with your new normal.
Leave the session with a sense of how you can live your life fearlessly despite the diagnosis