Early in the year, Keri Wiginton, a health writer for WebMD, reached out to me. She wanted to tell the story of how someone with heart failure made lifestyle changes to help manage their condition. Who better than the Heart of a Giant himself 😉?
After a quick phone call, we agreed that I was a good fit, and here is the excellent piece that was produced. Check it out!
Join us as Bouba speaks with Jazmine and Tawana about Evelyn Charrisse, the ladies’ mother and sister-in-law. Unfortunately, Evelyn, also known as “Charrisse,” passed away, but this episode will help you understand the highs and lows of caring for someone with heart disease.
Episode 4 – Despite sharing tales of emergency hospital visits, Jazmine and Tawana never forget to mention how determined Charrisse was to make the most of life. Charrisse had a will to enjoy life. Everyone could feel that energy. Bouba felt the same way when meeting Charrisse for the first time. He appreciated her positive energy and independence. Everyone shares the lessons they learned from witnessing Charrisse live a full life in this conversation.
We did a video project last Fall with a great team from Living in the Light for Tenaya Therapeutics.
Thank you so much; we had a blast, as you can see in the pictures. The photos are magnific, and the shooting experience was terrific. I wish to work again and again with
New Podcast Episode Coming Friday June, 3rd!!! Living with Heart Disease Podcast With Wendy Coe Borsari Join us as Bouba speaks to Wendy about the
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Sometimes I wake up in the morning, look in the mirror, look at myself, and say to myself, “Wow! This heart still beats; I am still alive. That’s Right, and We have not done all that surviving, to yield” Then I do my Black Panther come back. “I never yielded… as you can see, I am not dead”. I am reminded that I am still alive. …
Today, I thought I’d give you a brief update on what has been going on with my health, life, work, and social enterprise.