Posts by: Gina Costa-Goldfarb

What is the rush? Why are we always looking to get to the finish line? As human beings we are conditioned to get to the end result of something. It’s like we ar…

In addition to being a survivor, I was a caregiver to my mother. Her name was Yolanda. The news of my mother’s diagnosis of stage 4 ovarian cancer came as a sho…

My last post was called “What is your truth about facing fear in your cancer experience?” There are so many ways in which we perceive fear, but what if you chos…

You must be thinking to yourself, what could be the purpose here? There was a very profound one. It taught me to have gratitude… – Gina Costa-Goldfarb   It can…

“Coaching is… how the client can find their own answers to their own life challenges”. Surprise, surprise, I don’t only coach survivors and caregivers, I also c…

As a cancer survivor, or someone going through any life challenge, what comes up for you when you hear these words, Are you OK? It’s funny, someone recently ask…

If you are depressed and it is holiday time you some of the following questions may be coming to mind: How do I get out of this? Why am I feeling this way? It’s…

Four years ago today I dropped my children off at their first day of school, ages 10 and 8. I left them in the care of friends, teachers and administrators and…

Life is all about the challenges that we face and it is up to us to dig deep to figure out what their purpose is for each one of us. There as a principle that I…

Life is about not knowing, having to change, taking the moment and making the best of it, without knowing what’s going to happen next. – Gilda Radner What comes…

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