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Meet & Greet [closed]

Dear friends,

Now that most of us are happily stuffed with Thanksgiving goodness, I invite us all to come together for another friendly Meet & Greet! If you have never participated, this is simply a chance for you to connect with and get to know other bloggers in this lovely WordPress community.

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Be Empowered, Today.

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Dear friends,

If you have been following this blog, you may recall that I have a new book out focused on the self-management of chronic conditions titled Being Empowered for a Healthy Heart.

While the book is sold on Amazon, I wanted to ensure that the book would be available at a more accessible price for those within this WordPress community that I value so much.

Therefore, for anybody who may be interested in obtaining a copy for themselves or for a loved one living with chronic conditions, I am making Being Empowered available directly through this blog for $8 USD (plus $2 shipping).

If you would like to obtain one at this price, please use the link below (links on other pages will yield a different price):

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Wishing you all good health this holiday season,

– Phoebe

Being Empowered ….. for a Healthy Heart

A blogger whom I admire who has gone through much in life. Thank you for your friendship and for the lovely book review, Don!

My2ndHeartBeat

Being Empowered

I had a heart transplant about 11-1/2 years ago. I was thrust into the world of medicine and health with no notice. Through my journey, I’ve learned a LOT about heart health …….. through not only my transplant team of great doctors, nurses, nutritionists, dietitians and clinicians, but also by reading and investigating a lot of books, articles and studies.

Recently I learned of a new book written By Dr. Phoebe Chi, “Being Empowered …. for a Healthy Heart”.

This is a well written book that not only covers the topics of healthy eating and exercise, but she also adds some poetry, beautiful photographs and some sections that I don’t get talked about as much as they should, but make a ton of sense. The areas of relaxation, stress relief, sleep/insomnia, intimacy and staying motivated are very important parts of a good heart healthy program. These areas are often somewhat…

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