" She also envisions a happy future that helps drive the present.
She'll be 68 when her quadruplets graduate from high school.
She is a motivational speaker and author, teacher and coach on leadership practices, effective coordination in teams and living a life of Purpose and balance.
As a former triathlete and ultramarathoner Deedee is well schooled in pacing as CEO of the Advancing Leadership Institute, and mother of 9 including twins and quadruplets.
Growing up in upstate New York, I can still remember the first time I heard the word gay.
He asked if I had a girlfriend there to support me, and in that moment, I decided I was no longer going to lie to anyone.
I told him that my boyfriend, Kyle, was living in Boston for the summer and unfortunately wasn’t able to be at the race.
On my high school swim team, guys would joke and make fun of each other all the time, more often than not involving the word gay.
Hearing the word gay used in such vulgar ways frightened me. I started to believed that gay people, including myself, were inferior and weaker.
"I knew I had to love and accept myself and continue connecting to who I am as a person and to connect to purpose." When she got home Myers took out some paper and made a line down middle. By locating those parts we continually connect to what's good in us. Myers practices being in the mind-set that her body is fulfilling on what it's made for.