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Ask MomRN Show - Mom Guilt, Metastatic Breast Cancer

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Go back to work or stay home? Daycare or nanny? Cloth or disposable diapers? Should you make your own baby food? Moms have lots of choices…and opinions on all things baby. But, one thing all moms can agree on – is "mom guilt". Joining us with tips to help find our own work/life balance and get rid of the mom guilt is former “International Nanny of the Year,” Michelle LaRowe.

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and we have important information about metastatic breast cancer. 53-year-old Sharon Bozentka, mother of three who has been living with HER2-positive metastatic breast cancer for the last year along with oncologist, Dr. Marc Citron, discusses the advances in treatments for metastatic breast cancer and what people need to know about this disease. Dr. Citron and Sharon also explain the significance the Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness Day Oct. 13th) has had on continued research into the disease and how women with metastatic breast cancer are coping with the disease.

Have you thought of launching a small business to support your family or to follow your passion and fulfill your dreams? Ali Brown, owner of Ali International, which is on the Inc. 500 list of fastest growing companies and has appeared on Secret Millionaire, offers aspiring entrepreneurs and small business owners keys to success, mistakes to avoid making, and info about how to apply for a small business grant.

Each day, as many as 150 people with criminal records apply for positions with non-profit organizations, many of whom are registered sex offenders. What can these non-profits do to help keep predators away from innocent children? Steve Salem, President of the Cal Ripken Senior Foundation and Robbie Callaway, current board member of the Ripken Foundation & founding board member for the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children have some answers to help non-profits keep kids safe.