"After being diagnosed with Stage 2A breast cancer and undergoing the torturous treatment regimens if surgery, chemo, and radiation, I was in desperate need of tools to empower me moving forward. Laura’s Revivify program was just that. Through encouragement, connection to resources, and daily activities, I became empowered to take action in the best way for me! "
"When I was finishing my 2 years of breast cancer treatments, I was really lost. I was grateful to be alive, but I wasn’t the same person who went into this unexpected wrestling match. People told me I had won the match, but I didn’t feel victorious. I just felt different, beat up and confused. When I started listening to Laura’s podcast there was something about her voice and her personality that made me feel not only comforted, but hopeful. She is smart, funny, and obviously passionate about helping women recover in every aspect of their cancer journey. Laura knows her stuff from several angles. She is an excellent coach in the Revivify Group that I have joined and has tons of resources she is willing to share. I am so grateful to this woman I have never met for caring enough to provide incredible support for me in this “after cancer” space. I felt very alone, but now feel so much sisterhood and validation, knowing I am not crazy (maybe a little)."
"I was drawn to Laura through her podcast, I loved how knowledgeable she was without being too “medical”. Working with her has made me feel safer about the choices I make with food and less anxious about new place in the world. It’s really comforting to talk with someone who gets what I’ve been through"
Laura, Facing challenges myself I stumbled on your podcast in my search for some educational and emotional support from the warriors battling cancer and learning to get back to a new norm of life. I was beginning to feel alone in my journey and your podcast has brought so much hope and enlightenment. I feel so empowered!
I really only started listening to your podcast a couple weeks ago and so much has resonated with me. The podcast Transformation was amazing. My new mantra (well I have several thanks to you!) is “Challenges will come. Don’t resist transformation. Embrace it”. I say it over and over in my head on the tougher days. And then I ask myself “WHAT are you going to do? Not the WHY me”.
I also absolutely love “Let your lifestyle be your medicine!” I am a physician and I have carried so much of this into my daily practice caring for others! A huge thank you for making such an impact!!
I can’t thank Laura enough for these podcasts. I found her in the midst of breast cancer treatment when I felt incredibly alone even though I had an army of supporters behind me and was overwhelmed with my situation. As I transition to my next phase, it’s been even more helpful. What can I do to help myself moving forward both physically and emotionally? I’ve found answers here. Thank you Laura for being the friend and teacher I needed and still need. You are amazing!
It has been 9 years since I was diagnosed with Stage IIIB breast cancer. I survived & thrived through months of chemo, a double radical mastectomy, 6 weeks of radiation & a radical hysterectomy-- only to realize the toughest part of all of that would be *recovering from it.* I loved that this podcast addresses the hormonal changes, Rx side effects, chemo brain, etc.