Appearing on Dr. Oz’s presentation last week, actress Patricia Heaton shared with her cardiothoracic surgeon what she’s learning during our routine pandemic about human ability to regenerate, relapse and relapse.
Here is what preceded it Everyone loves Raymond a star had to say.
Heaton was re-created after her show ‘Carol’s Second Act’ was canceled
While Heaton’s latest series, Carol’s Second Act, was hugely popular with fans, just lacked consistent performance from the show and chose to cancel CBS.
Since then, she has worked and published a book Your Second Act: Inspirational Stories of Transformation includes 14 inspiring stories about individuals who have made significant changes in life.
She said AARP in July, “I will be writing about taking a painting class and the circles of mind I had to jump through to finish, because the other women were so good. The teacher came up to me and said, ‘Wow, you’re a fake painter. ‘I had paint on my face and my clothes. But you can’t worry about what other people think when you start a second act. ”
Why does the actor say now is the time for your resume
In a live video chat last week with Dr. Mehmet Oz on his show during the day, Heaton discussed why now, during the global pandemic, is the best time to pursue goals and dreams – for anyone.
“Well, we’ve all seen that life is hard. We really can’t count as many things as we thought we could. So this is a good time to step out. There are so many resources available to us now, and in particular they are exacerbated by the pandemic. ”
She focused on the fact that people no longer have to worry about getting to a class or group because the pandemic has shown us that almost everything can be done online.
“So although people would do things online from time to time, it is now all online, ”she told Dr Oz. “And that includes classes, podcasts, and then even through the pandemic I was looking for opportunities to go out and volunteer. And that’s a great way to find out what you want to do by volunteering in an area that would interest you. ”
Heaton announced more good news recently
The actor, who got her first big break on CBS ‘ Everyone loves Raymond as Debra Barone posted last week at an event to mark a special occasion in honor of companion Peter Boyle, who died in 2006 from multiple myeloma and heart disease. Boyle played the patriarch of the Barone family for the show’s nine-year run, stealing every scene in which it appeared.
“Leaders Everyone loves Raymond fans! Our listing reads reunion on October 23rd FREE! But thanks are gratefully acknowledged for all donations to honor the memory of Peter Boyle. go to http://myeloma.org for information! ”she tweeted.
The team’s reunion on October 23 aims to raise money for the International Myeloma Foundation (IMF) in honor of Boyle.