Steve Frohman and Cindie Hubiak co-authored an article for Choices, a newsletter published by Patient Advocates for Advanced Cancer Treatments (PAACT), about their path to reigniting passion in their relationship following Steve’s bout with prostate cancer. They share their personal stories, as well as tips to help couples who are struggling with intimacy. To read the full article, click here or on image.

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Steve FrohmanSteve Frohman, prostate cancer survivor and co-founder of Solutions for Intimacy, authored an article for Green Living Magazine about his experiences with intimacy following cancer, as well as tips to help others overcome similar challenges.

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A Woman's Guide to Thriving after Prostate CancerMary J. Lore,  creator of the Managing Thought® process and internationally recognized executive mentor, writer and public speaker, has recommended A Woman’s Guide to Thriving after Prostate Cancer on her blog. She says the book is a valuable resource for women and men alike: “Her book isn’t just for women. It’s for men who want to empower the women in their lives and ensure their relationships thrive.”

To read more, visit Mary’s blog.

 

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Cindie Hubiak, co-founder of Solutions for Intimacy and author of A Woman’s Guide to Thriving after Prostate Cancer, was featured on Sonoran Living on ABC 15, Phoenix. She provided moms with tips on how they can make themselves a priority – and explained why that’s so important.

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Solutions for Intimacy Co-Founder Cindie Hubiak was invited to present to National Bank of Arizona’s Women’s Financial Group. At “Wine, Art & the Keys to Living a Thriving Life” on April 25, Cindie helped attendees understand what it means to live a thriving life, and how to accomplish it. She says three keys to living a thriving life include:

  • Ending fear with knowledge
  • Staying in the present moment
  • Grieve and lean into the pain

If you’re interested in hosting Cindie as a speaker, email info@solutionsforintimacy.com with details about the event.

National Bank of Arizona Women & Wealth Series

Cindie Hubiak (left), Artist Bertica Garcia Dubus

Cindie Hubiak

Cindie Hubiak

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Us TOO International Prostate Cancer Education & Support Network, one of the country’s largest and most-respected prostate cancer support groups, hosted Solutions for Intimacy Co-Founders Steve Frohman and Cindie Hubiak at an Arizona chapter meeting on April 24. The couple shared their personal experience with prostate cancer – both pitfalls and triumphs – and provided tips on how attendees could improve their relationships and revive intimacy.

If you’re interested in hosting Steve and Cindie as speakers, email info@solutionsforintimacy.com with details about the event.

Us TOO Chapter Event

(From left to right) Jim Kiefert, Immediate Past Chair on Us TOO Board of Directors; Cindie Hubiak; Ed Kaps, Co-Founder of Us TOO

 

Us TOO Chapter Event

(From left to right) Tom Kirk, Us TOO President/CEO; Terri Likowski, Us TOO Chapter Services Program Manager; Cindie Hubiak, Steve Frohman

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The Arizona Osteopathic Medical Association hosted Solutions for Intimacy Co-Founders Cindie Hubiak and Steve Frohman on April 18. They shared their personal stories of overcoming prostate cancer with 150 Doctors of Osteopathic Medicine, and provided tips on how to support patients through intimacy challenges.

Learn more about the couple’s journey:

If you’re interested in hosting Steve and Cindie as speakers, email info@solutionsforintimacy.com with details about the event.

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Cindie Hubiak has teamed with UsTOO, an international prostate cancer education and support network, to publish a series of articles in their Sea Blue Chapter News newsletter.

In this first article, Cindie shares how she supported her husband through prostate cancer and learned to live a thriving life for herself also. To read the article click here, or the image below.

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The Arizona Republic’s Connie Midey interviews Cindie Hubiak and Steve Frohman about how they repaired their sex life after prostate surgery, and provides tips for overcoming other intimacy roadblocks.

Arizona Republic – Intimacy Rx – 02.10.12

To read the online version, which appeared on USAToday.com, click here.

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Sonoran Living’s Andi Barness speaks with author Cindie Hubiak about how to live a thriving life and her book “A Woman’s Guide to Thriving after Prostate Cancer.”

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