A Woman of Excellence Book Review

Book Review – Chapter 1: The Storm

It is hard trying to find some semblance of normalcy, while waiting to see what might happen next.

I just love this first chapter.  You have no idea how hard it is to write a review when you are privy to only one chapter!  But the first indication that it was going to be good was that I did not want to stop reading, I even requested to read the next chapter!

From the first paragraph, Sheri has fashioned the female lead as relatable and warm.  She nervously jokes with her husband and goes on a short time later to pray for a safe flight home even though she knows there may be disaster to come from a looming storm.

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A Woman of Excellence Book Review

Book Review – Chapter 2: None Given

Though she found him, her father was still absent. Her sorrow remained and the void had ‘no name.” “Before I begin to read Chapter Two “None Given”, I’m overwhelmed with emotions as I didn’t know what to expect. It’s been 10 years and 2 months since “Ma” passed, and I’m saddened by the fact that it’s been that long, yet excited for the chance to revisit her existence as she was such a phenomenal woman whose light shined so bright. As I began reading, the words on the paper were a blur from my tears flowing like a faucet. I had to pause and ask God to help me make sense of the words that I wanted to share… Continue reading “Book Review – Chapter 2: None Given”
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Breast Self-Exam

How Should A Breast Self-Exam Be Performed?

breast cancer self-exam instructions1) In the Shower

Using the pads of your fingers, move around your entire breast in a circular pattern moving from the outside to the center, checking the entire breast and armpit area. Check both breasts each month feeling for any lump, thickening, or hardened knot. Notice any changes and get lumps evaluated by your healthcare provider.

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Don’t suffer in silence!

Menopause Let’s Talk About It!

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Years ago, when I began experiencing several symptoms of menopause I was afraid to talk to anyone for fear that they would think I lost my mind. But the opposite was true, it wasn’t until I began sharing …that I realized I am not alone.
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