Galway native creates inspiring self-help workbook

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Clodagh Blighe from Galway City has written an inspiring self-help workbook designed to help guide people who find themselves at a crossroads in their lives.

The HR Professional and business coach from Knocknacarra began writing Pathfinder Programme during her cancer journey and completed it as a lockdown project to mark her third anniversary as a breast cancer survivor.

The book is packed with fantastic tools, techniques and templates to help people embark on a transformational journey of self-discovery, inspiration and hope.

Pathfinder Program is available from the National Breast Cancer Research Institute Website for €15 plus €2.50 postage and packaging.

All of the profits from the sales of Pathfinder Programme will go to the research team at the National Breast Cancer Research Institute at the Lambe Institute, NUI Galway.

The research is led by Prof. Michael Kerin who looked after Clodagh during her breast cancer journey.