‘Heart disease is a very personal thing’: ‘We can’t be silent’

Rad heart disease is an extremely personal disease, and the disease affects people of all ages.

And as someone who has had my fair share of it, it’s one that I think people should be able to discuss openly and honestly.

But in a way, that’s really important for people to understand, because we really can’t stop it.

There’s a lot of stigma around it, and a lot about it is misunderstood.

But I do think that we can be a little bit more open about it and have a little more conversation about it.

I think we have to understand that we’re all different and we all have different issues.

But what we need to do is have a conversation, and not be afraid to be open about that.

We’re all people.

The disease is not an illness, and we’re not the only ones affected by it.

That’s one of the reasons why I’m trying to keep the conversation going and keep the discussion going.

What are some ways that you’ve been able to keep your conversations open?

I’ve been open to having more conversations about it because I’m not a physician.

I’m a consultant, and I’m an advocate.

I can’t speak for every person with heart disease, but I can talk to a lot more people about it, so that’s what I’ve tried to do.

I feel like it’s a personal thing, but there’s something very personal about it that people feel like we can’t talk about, so we have these really important conversations, and they’re really important.

I know that’s not always going to be an easy thing to say, because it’s really personal.

I have my own life issues.

I had my first child when I was 30, and that was really hard.

I don’t have an emotional attachment to my kids, and it’s hard for me to relate to them.

And I know how difficult it is to be a parent, because I have a lot going on, and those are really important issues for me.

What has it been like for you to be in the public eye for so long?

The public eye has been a really huge thing for me, because my work has been so much more public than my personal life.

So I’ve had a lot people contacting me and asking me questions, and people have been kind of curious about how I was able to do my work.

I actually feel like I’ve become a lot better person.

The public image I have is very much in line with my personal image.

I’ve always had an interest in being public about heart disease.

And it’s been a challenge for me as an advocate and as a doctor, because people don’t always understand how heart disease really is, or why heart disease matters.

It’s not just about your age.

It really is about your body, and how it affects your quality of life.

That kind of stuff is very difficult for people.

How have you been able, as an activist, to raise awareness about this issue?

I think that’s probably one of my greatest accomplishments.

The main thing is that I’m doing it because of my own personal experiences, and because it is such a big deal for so many people.

I am an advocate for people with heart conditions, because a lot medical experts and public health experts are in my position.

I started the heart disease group, and now it’s like a family.

People come to me, and say, I was in the hospital and I’ve never felt better, and all these other things.

And then it’s sort of like a community for me because I work with a lot heart patients, and for me that’s very important.

What have you learned about heart health from your work?

I have been really lucky.

I haven’t had many heart attacks, so I’ve experienced a lot.

And there’s definitely been a lot that I learned that I never would have otherwise.

I was actually in the operating room when a person died of a heart attack, and then I had the experience of having to tell a family member that a patient had died of heart attack and that they couldn’t have died.

So that’s kind of been really valuable.

I learned a lot from that.

I would have never had the courage to do what I did, because so many other people have died of this disease.

It was an incredible experience.

What would you say are the biggest things you’ve learned about the disease?

One thing I think is really important is that heart disease affects every single person.

Everyone is affected.

And so it’s important to be honest with people, and to talk to people who have had heart attacks.

It can be really hard to talk about heart attacks because it can be hard to understand how they affect your body.

People with heart diseases are often misunderstood, and sometimes they don’t understand what heart disease actually is.

So you have to talk with them about it first.

The only way to really understand the disease is to really get