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HOPE MATTERS! Positive Health in Breast Cancer and Beyond!

By Karla Calumet,Ph.D.


How does hope influence your health outcomes even in the face of a breast cancer diagnosis? Hope matters and the science supports and demonstrates this finding. Find out how to integrate hope into your life!

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Pregnancy, Stress & Three Techniques

International Journal of Childbirth Education

Pregnancy, Stress, & Three Techniques.

Source: International Journal of Childbirth Education . Jul2013, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p96-98. 3p. 1 Color Photograph.

Author(s): Calumet, Karla

Abstract: Pregnancy often increases stressors in a woman's life, and the severity varies individually depending on the perception and psychological hardiness of the pregnant woman. In any event, the benefits of stress management have been thoroughly researched and demonstrated as effective in reducing stress. Recent research points to the positive realization that stress management can alleviate the burden of life stressors and provide for a healthier, more positive outcome in pregnancy. Current research indicates the benefit to both the mother and baby by reducing stress in pregnancy. This article explores this potential and the possibility of integrating stress management techniques as an adjuvant treatment with expectant mothers.

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Breast Cancer, Mana'olana/Hope and the Experience of Native Hawaiian Women, 2017. Calumet, K.M.

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Breast Cancer, Mana'olana/Hope, And The Experience Of Native Hawaiian Women, Karla Marie Calumet Walden Dissertations and Doctoral Studies Breast cancer is one of the leading causes of morbidity and mortality among women.