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BodyEsteem

Cathy Nobil-Dutton, LCSW, CPT

Glenside, PA 19038

215-317-2416

cathy@bodyesteem.org

Serving Eastern Montgomery County and Greater Philadelphia. Abington, Ambler, Horsham, Collegeville, Wayne and surrounding areas.

March 24, 2020

Now that the country is practicing social distancing protocols, most of us are not venturing out to restaurants at all and limiting our use of takeout food. Although it may be inconvenient, in fact, is may offer us easier access to healthier foods. Although restaurant...

March 24, 2020

Finding out you have cancer throws you into a world of medicine and all of the diagnostics and tests that go along with it. There is very little guidance for the emotional aspects of the experience. People are often left on their own to figure out what they are feeling...

March 25, 2019

Many people focus on cancer diagnosis and treatment as the beginning and end of their experience with cancer. People are often surprised when they realize that they don't "go back" to the exact same person they were before they began this journey. Often times the expec...

January 23, 2019

I recently read an article in our local paper written by a young woman, Danielle Ripley-Burgess who is a 2 time colon cancer survivor. Like me, she has Lynch Syndrome, a genetic condition that greatly increases the risk of a number of different cancers. Most people are...

October 20, 2018

In the past month, the topic of bravery has surfaced a number
of times in my conversations with people. Perhaps it is because
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and there is a lot of
focus on people dealing with breast cancer. I know that when
something consisten...

June 30, 2018

The “process” of having cancer and dealing with the
treatment, side effects and outcomes of it has many
distinct phases and each one poses its own set of
challenges for the person who has cancer and for the
caregivers and support people around them. There is
the diagno...

June 27, 2018

Since early in 2013, when Fitbit introduced their wearable activity
tracker, the market for activity trackers has exploded. A few years
ago, statistics recorded that nearly 50% of all Americans have
purchased fitness trackers of some sort. The trackers range from
devic...

June 25, 2018

Anyone who has had cancer knows that it changes you. It changes all of us differently and in many ways. Emotionally, we are changed by the experience of having to accept a diagnosis of cancer and the reality of the possibility that our lives may be shortened as a resul...

June 18, 2018

Exercise is crucial to your health especially when it comes to both cancer prevention, treatment, and recovery.

January 5, 2018

I know that recovering from the holidays is a challenge for everyone. Some people manage it by making resolutions and beginning the year with goals. I am all for making resolutions as long as they are not rigid. I have seen way too many people begin the new year trying...

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