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Her book is a practical outline on how to truly help and be present in a cancer survivor's life.
This book helped me to deal with the stupid things people can say, like that you have to stay positive and such....or that they have great resources nowadays.
Anyone who has cancer and anyone who knows someone with cancer can benefit from reading this book.
I myself have read this book and it helped me to get through a very difficult time in my life. It really is written for people that need to learn how to deal with life and death... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Beertje van Utrecht
With cancer so wide-spread in our society it's helpful having a guidebook for what NOT to say to someone with the disease. Read morePublished 8 months ago by NHBunion
I wish I had given this to my colleagues, family, and friends, so they would have known what to say and what I needed as i dealt with cancerPublished 9 months ago by Ali S
I really enjoyed this book. It has helped me and my family a lot through my cancer journey. Seeing another persons perception on the journey is of some comfort. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Venice99
A very good book for those of us who have experienced the fear and uncertainty and doubt that the diagnosis of cancer brings. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Diane Hughes
I'm a cancer patient and I bought this book to help me be specific when others ask me how they can help. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Laura Prior
I choose this rating because I used it for writing, saying and doing the right thing. So many of us have family, friends who
are facing the difficult journey and need help in... Read more
Good choice for cancer victims, caretakers and family in seeing how to help a cancer victim cope. Worth every cent.Published 23 months ago by Brenda Starr
This book has helped me deal with my friend's cancer, my aunt's cancer, and now my step-dad's cancer. Read morePublished on January 28, 2012 by Sarah