Wednesday, September 23, 2009


Defense Against the Dark Hearts
by Lori Hoeck on May 28, 2009

17 Kathleen O'Keefe-Kanavos August 30, 2009 at 12:48 pm
What a great article to help people recognize between emotional vampires (as I call them in my book SURVIVING CANCERLAND: The Psychic Aspects of Healing), temporarily dysfunctional friends and true friends. If we cannot tell who is who it is more difficult to make intelligent choices about people with whom we asociate. All friends start as associates, then the association grows into a more substantial relationship. Sometimes learning what you don’t want in relationships is as important as knowing what you do want.

We know who is good for us and who is not. Our body tells us with symptoms. Sometimes we simply don’t believe ourselves. It is time to stop ignoring what we know and make healthy choices.

We all know we should not eat bad food. It is not good for us. Yet, we stay with bad “friends.” Friends are food for our soul.

Your article helps people choose good “soul food.” Thanks for sharing your thoughts and insights.

Kathleen O’Keefe-Kanavos
Twitter- PsychicHealing and PsychCancerland

Thursday, September 17, 2009

The Fall issue of Cape Women Online Magazine is on the Internet.

I've written an article on how I got my agent and the Q&A Health section on cancer.

We may like to think that much of what we do in life is all our own doing but the truth is, it's often a collaboration of events and people. No man, or woman, is an Island unto themselves. That is the underlying message of my article in CWO--Getting an Agent.

Decisions about where we go for our cancer treatment can be difficult. Do we stay close to home where we have less than great feeling about the treatment center or do we travel miles away to a place that gives us mental, and emotional comfort, and hope? Those are the topics in the Q&A section of CWO.