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How to have hard conversations about your diagnosis (without losing your cool) with Cyndi Lynne Lamarucciola
Episode 2425th July 2022 • Live Your Life, Not Your Diagnosis • Andrea W. Hanson : Author & Master Coach
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Cyndi Lynne Lamarucciola talks about navigating work culture when it’s more acceptable to leave early to go walk your dog than for a doctor’s visit. How to successfully leave the corporate world behind. Feeling embarrassed as a nurse who “should have known what was going on” when it came to her own diagnosis.Gracefully handling chronic illness in the workplace, The real way to “stay in your own lane” when dealing with what other people think of us- without it blowing up in our face. Why we need to be our own PR department, the secret to asking and receiving help without feeling like a burden, Advocating for yourself with family, friends, work, in a healthcare setting. And the secret to getting a second opinion without conflict.

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