Our eCap cancer support group that met the second and fourth Tuesday afternoons of the month at Coachman’s Square, has been permanently cancelled due to the coronavirus. If you are a past member of this group, you can contact: Lucille Ranciato firstname.lastname@example.org 203-288-2839; or myself email@example.com for details.
We now have a new Art of Healing Support Group that meets virtually the first Friday of of every month (see the Art of Healing Support Group section on the home page for information).
Listen to Bernie on HealthyLife.net Radio
On his program, Mind Health Matters, Bernie and his guests give expert advice on personal questions about Health and Healing. His message of hope and love is extended to all who seek a whole person approach for living life fully.
The call in number is: 800-555-5453.Bernie's show is the first Tuesday of each month 9am PT. The encore edition of the show is the first Tuesday of each month 9pm PT.
View Bernie's show information at the HealthyLife.net Radio Network.
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From the authentic soul of Bernie Siegel MD comes Mind Health Matters. A show that reflects Bernie's passion to reach people struggling with all of life's challenges-not just the physical ones-so that each person can live life fully. Join Bernie as he shares his powerful journey through life while offering us special nuggets of his sacred wisdom.
Listen to Bernie Wednesday-Friday at 12:00noon ET. View full schedule of all show times at
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Wisdom of the AgesOwned & operated by Bernie’s son & daughter-in-law, Wisdom of the Ages, has all of Bernie’s books, CDs & DVDs available for purchase. Bernie also holds one of his support groups there.A Place to Nurture
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AMELIA’S ARK ANGEL SOCIETYPlease support my friend Amelia Kinkade with her new charity, ARK ANGEL, which enables her to go into schools in rural Africa and educate children about wildlife conservation so that they don’t grow up to be poachers.
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Dear everyone, To celebrate 10 years as a breast cancer survivor, one of my readers, Martha, created a short poetry film based on her spoken word piece entitled Chemo Crossroad. She encouraged me to “share with anyone who might find … Continue reading
Question for Bernie: Dear Bernie, I hope you are keeping really well. I just wanted to drop you a line to say how much I am enjoying and learning from your book, Love, Medicine & Miracles. I bought two copies—one … Continue reading
Question for Bernie: Hi Bernie, I understand if you don’t have time to respond here, but I wanted to try for this friend! I so value you and the work you have given us all. A friend 50 years old … Continue reading
Question for Bernie: I was wondering if we could talk on FaceTime tomorrow. I have a 4 hour infusion, and I am truly and deeply struggling sometimes, not always, but when my days are bad they are heart wrenching—almost suicidal, … Continue reading
Question for Bernie: My nephew has come through surgery fine – the tumor was located near the base of his spine so, after a 5 hour surgery, he was in recovery wiggling his toes. By 7:00, he was eating dinner. … Continue reading
Question for Bernie: My fiancé (who is an M.D.) is diagnosed with cancer. I know the chemo regime he is on is too strong, but I cannot get the Dr. to adjust the course of treatment. I also became extremely … Continue reading
Question for Bernie: This is something I’ve always wondered since going through cancer with my father and hearing that initial diagnosis and reading your books. When you say the exceptional patients do what they want…I often think that if I … Continue reading
Question for Bernie: I’m an IIN student, and just finished watching your fantastic lecture! You made me feel so many feelings in this almost 1 hour lecture. I laughed, cried, felt thankful and energized to start to be who I … Continue reading
Question for Bernie: Thank you again for your messages. I will start my chemotherapy on the 27 September because the infection in my breast is not over. I am tired when I see the nurse every morning for the dressing … Continue reading