runWhat was true for us playing street hockey, backyard wiffle ball or schoolyard toss is true for us now in the fields of adulthood: keep your eye on the ball, look for unexpected openings, rest when you can, sprint when you must, lean on your mates, and strike the ball with everything you have … because that ball, that moment, that strike is the only one you know for sure you are going to have.

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Dr. Maria Sirois, PsyD, is the Vice President of Curriculum at Wholebeing Institute and an inspirational speaker, seminar leader, and author who has worked at the intersections of wellness, psychology, and spirituality for nearly 20 years. As a wellness guide, Maria has been invited to keynote throughout the country at conferences for wellness centers, hospitals, hospices, philanthropy, business, academic and corporate institutions, as well as for the general public. She has been called both a “true teacher” and “an orator of great power and beauty.” Her book, “Every Day Counts: Lessons in Love, Faith, and Resilience from Children Facing Illness, was published in 2006.”