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 Elisabeth Dale on The Sharon Ballantine-TV
Elisabeth Dale on The Sharon Ballantine-TV
Elisabeth Dale on The Sharon Ballantine-TV

The Sharon Ballantine show is excited to have Elisabeth Dale, internationally recognized breast expert join Sharon during Breast Cancer Awareness month. Elisabeth is known not only for her humor, but her extensive knowledge around breast health from young development to old age. Elisabeth’s passion and new goals for life came around the time her three children were becoming young adults. She began her new life’s path by taking a class and writing a short story on her own breasts called “My Mammoire”

On Elisabeth’s website http://www.breastlife.com she blogs continuously on breast health, products, information, and everything in between. She shares with Sharon how society sends external messages to women on things such as breast size, perkiness and shape and how it is actually impacting our youth to become judgmental of their own breasts, even as young as 10 years old when girls are starting to develop.

With it being Breast Cancer Awareness month, both Elisabeth and Sharon dive into the corporate side of marketing the “pink” and reveal some statistics on breast cancer that will shock viewers. The average age of diagnosis of breast cancer is 61 years old, yet all of the marketing is geared towards young women; which in turn creates a mantra to young women that they need to be afraid that they too will get breast cancer. Yet what we know about the law of attraction is what one continuously thinks about or worries about will come to fruition.

Elisabeth takes a moment to get coaching and mentoring from Sharon when asking about the feeling of fault with breast cancer patients. She has often heard and witnessed those impacted by breast cancer feel as it was made out to be there fault. Be sure to watch where Sharon’s insights, coaching and mentoring how one who has been diagnosed can call upon support of others and within themselves.

Watch the show's Trailer Video below:

Watch the entire episode here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H9KaBMTyQ-U&feature=share

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