Presented by: Sharmyn McGraw
September 16, 2014
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM Pacific Daylight Time
Register now. Space is limited.
Turning Pain Into Passion is designed to help guide you to discover inside of yourself passion for living your life far beyond your own expectations. Sharmyn has graciously provided a workbook as a supplement to the webinar. Click on the title to download - Turning Pain Into Passion Workbook
This workbook is based on the author's personal experiences and is not to replace any medical treatments. It is designed to help you break through personal blocks and discover inside of yourself a more passionate life.
Suggestion: This workbook maybe more effective in combination with a professional therapist or a life coach, always consult a medical professional whenever necessary.
- My Life Is About Me
- Getting Started
- Questioning Your Reactions
- Watch Your Mouth
- Grateful For Our Mistakes
- Gratitude, Gratitude, Gratitude
- Breaking Through
"What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us."
~Oliver Wendell Holmes~
Patient Advocate, Author, Facilitator: BTC Pituitary Patient Support Group
Phone: 888.410.3334; Fax: 888.410.3334
After Sharmyn's own pituitary surgery more than 14 years ago, she and Dr. Kelly founded a pituitary tumor patient support group in Los Angeles. The group has grown and now mails out more than 1000 invitations to attend their bi-monthly patient support and educational meetings. The meetings are recorded and put on online to help support patients from all around the world. For more information, please see their support group page at:
Sharmyn's in-depth understanding of pituitary disorders comes from personal experience as a patient. In addition, over the years she has met and helped hundreds of patients from many parts of the world. Her story illustrates the barriers that left her searching for seven years for an explanation for this insidious illness that nearly took her life. She also discusses the importance of persistence - which led her to the correct diagnosis: Cushing's disease. Cushing's is a life-threatening hormonal imbalance caused by a pituitary brain tumor. For the past 14 years, Sharmyn has been dedicated to helping medical professionals as well as the public to understand the critical role hormones play in our quality of life.
The Discovery Health channel- "Mystery Diagnosis" airing all around the world. The Montel show NBC and Medstar News Specials CNN, Woman's Day magazine, Woman & Home magazine-London. Pearson/Prentice Hall Publishing, "Biology of Humans" Medical Book, American Medical Association Media Conference-NY and the National Institute of Woman's Health (NIH) and more.