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Resources – Mary Ellen Ciganovich | The Whole Woman Village Library

Resources – Mary Ellen Ciganovich

by admin on September 2, 2011

Mary Ellen Ciganovich is an long-time educator and the author of Healing Words, Life Lessons to Inspire.

She is an honors graduate from the University of Georgia, taught middle school for over 15 years and is certified to teach in Georgia, Connecticut, and West Virginia & North Carolina.

An experienced speaker, she routinely speaks on subjects ranging from awareness of self to parenting and healing relationships. She also speaks about her personal experiences with epilepsy and multiple sclerosis.

Mary Ellen is married, lives in Chattanooga, Tennessee and has a daughter who is a Physician’s Assistant in the Phoenix area.

Mary Ellen’s Web Resources

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nikki palgut September 3, 2011 at 5:23 pm

I so enjoyed your recent article. Your insights are amazing. I love the Rupert’s story. I got chills when Pete told me the story when I saw him in St. Augustine.

Mikki Blaes September 4, 2011 at 11:53 am

Mary Ellen’s story could be every woman’s story if they stay true to themselves. By rising above life’s inevitable “issues” we can truly be happy with ourselves, and then proceed to make others happy. Thank you, Mary Ellen, for an awe inspiring article.

Mikki Blaes September 9, 2011 at 11:18 pm

If Mary Ellen can survive MS and Epilepsy and have a whole life, be fit and work out, certainly I can do the same thing. She is an inspiration to us all to overcome whatever issues we have, have faith, and take good care of ourselves. Thank you Mary Ellen! I truly am inspired!

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