UPDATE 3/5/2019 EMWA Cindy Sheridan Murphy I was selected as one of the 59 women who have their name on a pair of Kevin Durants sneakers & they are sending me my own pair. Thank you Keven Durant - Listen to his youtube video My sneakers arrived this week & I am so excited!! I will wear them at the 3/9/19 Pink in the Rink event. View my reaction when I was unboxing the shoes on Facebook HERE
Meet Cindy Sheridan Murphy
YUP, That's me ... 6 years ago.
I am a wife, A mom, A Sports Coach, A dental hygienist and A cancer support facilitator. Until I was diagnosed for the second time with breast cancer in 2014, I never envisioned my years of experience in coaching sports and coaching good dental health would lead me on this journey. God was trying to talk to me, slow me down to listen.
I believe this happened so I could become intimate with my creator. In my drive to find music for a silent video I was making, I was guided to Debra Lyn Alt. We bonded from the start and she has become the voice behind my message.
My motto is “Coaching from the inside out”. I am grateful for Monica ( see below) for leading the way and trusting me to continue supporting women to Live Each Moment We're Alive.
PS Cancer is something that happens to you - It does not define who you are!
Cancer Survivor as Mentor
Posted on January 16, 2018 by Brian / Cancer House of Hope
Someone who serves as a trusted counselor or coach to someone less experienced is called a mentor.
In the worlds of business, academics and science, professional mentors serve as practical guides or tutors to those entering the field. Adult mentors serve as engaged role models to children in clubs and organizations. There’s a lesser known yet highly valued kind of mentor: one cancer survivor supporting another.
Cindy Sheridan Murphy is a cancer survivor and volunteer for CHD Cancer House of Hope in West Springfield. “I’ve been a cancer survivor for three years,” she said. “It’s my second bout with cancer and the first time I never sought out any support services, but I learned that no matter what stage you’re in, it’s important to seek that support. And, in my case, to provide it.”
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