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Dr. Jeanette spoke with T.M. Roe Patterson about his father, Glenn Patterson, an Oil Industry legend, who had a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s. Here is the show link. Roe shares how it took a great man that was all about honor and respect for others to a life that was a shadow of how Glenn engaged with others in creating a proud and successful business and life. Roe and Glenn were able to be side by side through life and Roe honors all the moments in his book Crude Blessings: The Amazing Life Story of Glenn Patterson American Oilman.

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Dr. Jeanette will be writing weekly about topics of interest in healthcare, wellness, health challenges, alternative medicine, abuse, life events, women over age 50 and caring for yourself and your elders.  These posts will be running below and kept on the site for review.  The latest post will be at the top of the list.

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“I need to make changes but I don’t know where to start, help!” Dr. Jeanette Gallagher is a Naturopath and Healthcare guide.  Her work and education within four decades in the healthcare professions include provider, personal and corporate positions.  The experiences Jeanette has had over her lifetime have enabled her to see what works and what doesn’t.  She has the intuition to ask the right questions as to why or how something can work to improve your quality of life. Dr Jeanette is helping others to learn how to implement the movements to bring about the change you wish to…

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Dr. Jeanette Gallagher shares in casual conversation, topics of health, wellness and spirituality to transform your life.  Her guests are authors, physicians, spiritual leaders, and people who wish to share a message of hope as the world evolves through daily challenges. The conversations may ease your concerns, encourage deep laughter or challenge your beliefs but you will come away with a sense that something has stirred inside of you and you just can’t wait to share it with others. Dr. Jeanette’s book ‘Trust: Photo Meditations‘ is an inspirational journey to find the softness and comfort in the world around us….

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  Who are we?  What is our life made of?  What have we done in our life? Are we measured by what outward accomplishments we have accumulated and what others believe us to be? Our lives pass so very quickly and rarely do we take time to stop and reflect on who we really are and what we are really made of. At birth, we seem to be put on the fast track of living up to the beliefs and trends of our ancestors or peers. We grow up to become that which we feel comfortable in becoming with the…

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