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There are times in life that shake us to our very foundations. We wish for things to get better, fast. But the truth is that moments of “falling apart” are also our most powerful catalysts for growth and change. In Falling Together , Donna Cardillo, a registered nurse, Dr. Oz blogger, and beloved public speaker, reflects on the overwhelming challenges that fall into every life, and the renewal that comes when we are able to meet them with courage. A funny, big-hearted self-help memoir that takes on issues like divorce, caregiving, and burnoutand many women’s biggest enemies of all, fear, insecurity, and self-doubt Falling Together shows how to turn the challenges that threaten to knock us to the ground into the building blocks we need to become more successful, more joyful, and ultimately, more alive.
|Publisher:||She Writes Press|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.90(d)|
About the Author
Donna Wilk Cardillo, RN is The Inspiration Nursea transformational keynote speaker, humorist, retreat and seminar leader, and author helping others to be fearless in career and life and maximize their potential. Her accomplished career combines more than thirty years of clinical, managerial and business experience, not to mention her stint as a professional singer! Her clinical experience includes emergency and psychiatric nursing. She blogs at DoctorOz.com and is the former Dear Donna columnist at Nurse.com and Monster.com. She is also a passionate advocate for family caregivers. Donna is a lifelong Jersey girl and lives at the beautiful Jersey Shore in Sea Girt with her husband, Joe. Find out more at www.DonnaCardillo.com.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Losing Self 5
Chapter 2 Love Lost and Found 41
Chapter 3 Caring For My Most Important Asset-Me 75
Chapter 4 Finding My Voice 105
Chapter 5 Waking Sleeping Beauty 137
Chapter 6 Making Friends With Fear 163
Chapter 7 Rebirth, Reinvention, and Resilience 187