Each year for that past 25 years, Heather, Logan, and I speak to first-year medical students. Winner of teaching awards, Dr. Lynn Jorde, leads by teaching students about the rare disease, Miller syndrome in this video.
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I have experienced a life-long passion for self-improvement and service to others. Along my journey, I discovered the joy of sharing the lessons I've learned through writing and inspirational speaking. A few of my favorite subjects include accepting and overcoming challenges, self-love, and conscious choice along with personal growth. I also write about communication, overcoming addiction, healthy lifestyle, and overcoming resistance. I offer tips and tools to make creating the results you want for a life you love, easier.
In reading my blog, I hope you feel inspired and empowered to take action that will create more physical, emotional, and spiritual balance in your life. I enjoy being part of a community where we can learn and grow from each other.
Do you face conflicts from miscommunicating? I didn’t realize how my skills were lacking until I experienced myself with my adult children having autism and needing clear communication. We share tools here.
Logan’s exhibit, “Syndrome Psychology” invited people to stare at his physical differences. After the show, Logan took part in a public panel discussion and discussed what the word freak means to him in these videos
Facing challenges can seem daunting sometimes What helps make overcoming them easier? In our talks, we share experiences with how accepting challenges, instead of resisting them, brings strength and peace.
Medical students gain a human connection when hearing compelling stories from families affected by a disease. Einstein college of medicine interviewed me as part of their cornerstone presentation in this video.