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January 15, 2012


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Great essay. I especially loved the ending: In fact, every day is an invitation to reinvent yourself. Whether you are considering minor tweaks or striving for a complete turnaround, learn from yesterday, find some happiness today and nourish hope for a better tomorrow.

Hope you have a wonderful 2012, Wendy. Thanks for sharing your wisdom with us.

Pat Johnson

Just read your post "The New Me" and your advice, as usual, hit home for me. I'm in remission from Stage IV lung cancer (after 5 years of chemo) and just finished 6 weeks (30 zaps) of radiation the end of October. I know I must adjust to my new "normal" - it's certainly a challenge, but I'm trying to view it as an opportunity also. I enjoy reading your posts - they give me hope and help me to stay positive. Thanks, Wendy!

Wendy S. Harpham, MD

Dear Pat,
Thank you for letting me know. It motivates me to explore and write as fast as I can. With hope, Wendy


Congratulations! Many new readers will learn about your advocacy work, lectures and books. Stepping into the Limelight. Love, Debby

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