Diane Paradise knows as well as anyone that when it comes to overcoming any adversity, slow and steady wins the race. Diane was diagnosed, at 24, with an incurable form of lymphatic cancer. Diane is no stranger to conventional treatment as well as naturopathic treatment and utilized both during her 21 year journey.
In 2013, after her fifth bout with the disease, she underwent a Double Umbilical Cord Blood Stem Cell Transplant at Johns Hopkins in Baltimore resulting in a clean bill of health for the first time in 20 years. This journey taught her about self-health and how to manage chronic disease.
Her journey also provided the foundation from which she draws inspiration as a speaker, coach and advocate. Through her own life experiences, Diane has endured the peaks and valleys we all face as we take on the challenges that come our way. She knows that in order to survive the roller coaster ride of adversity, one needs patience, knowledge, and support. Her life’s mission is mission is to offer support and the resources necessary for anyone to overcome even life’s most difficult challenges.
Diane’s most recent blog posts can be found at http://www.caringbridge.org/visit/dianeparadise
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Diane is a member of Toastmasters International. Previously, Diane was a Communications and Marketing professional for several non-profits. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications, combined with certificates in Life Coaching and Holistic Nutrition from the Southwest Institute of the Healing Arts in Tempe, Arizona.
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