Michele is the author of twelve books for women and has published over 1600 articles, reviews, and curriculum to more than 100 different publications. Her articles and reviews have been published in Good Housekeeping, First For Women, Single Parent Family, Christian Single, and many other publications. Michele’s single parenting titles include, Going It Alone and Still Going It Alone. After having undergone five shoulder surgeries, Michele saw the need for a women’s inspirational health-related book co-authored with her orthopedic surgeon titled, Burdens Do a Body Good: Meeting Life’s Challenges with Strength (and Soul), released in 2010 and from which Prescription for Life, their health, medical and surgical informational book is based. Faith, Friends, and Other Floatation Devices will be published in 2013 by ACTA Publications as well as a women's health/inspirational devotional by Lighthouse of the Carolinas. Read more of Michele's work at http://michelehowe.wordpress.com/ and contact Michele at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Women should take periodic self-checks as to their current emotional posture with an eye on future life-planning and goal attainment patterns.
Are you a good “waiter”? When life calls on you to wait, how do you respond? Michele Howe offers suggestions and support.
During recent years, I’ve spent a considerable amount of time waiting. Waiting to be called into various physician’s examination rooms that is. As I wait, I sometimes watch. People watch.
When I read the statistic that upwards of 80% of all visits to a doctor are lifestyle related, and in
Polling a group of diverse men and women on what causes them to experience “pre-surgery jitters” surprised me. Their answers
Having already endured three surgeries to repair my loose right shoulder, I grew increasingly more curious about what actually occurs
“People who are considering care-giving often make one primary mistake, they do not look forward enough in the process. What
The following is a conversation with Andrew Larson, MD, FACS. Dr. Larson is a board certified general, laparoscopic, and bariatric
Chances are your doctor has one. If he doesn’t, then a colleague of his certainly does. Eventually, you’re going to
Last spring, I entered a local hospital operating room for the very first time (as an observer), that is. Four