Buy it in Amazon

Buy it in Amazon

Available from all online sellers for $3.99. First in the Wisdom to Practice series on the sharp points of life

At least once in your life someone will say to you, “I have cancer,” and when those three words are spoken, you may struggle with a response. In this ebook, you will learn 48 things to do that will support your loved one or friend on this unsettling journey you both will travel. The suggestions range from the simplicity of compassionate listening to the gut-wrenching preparation for death.

REVIEWS

I wish there was a book like this one when I went through the cancer experience with my sister. When things are confusing and frightening, Stan’s insights are informative and comforting. –Maxine Kraemer, Caregiver

Provides a real world, unsentimental guide for how best to care for a loved one, or one’s self, when given a cancer diagnosis, from the 1st day, to the end of life. Very helpful- Ari D Baron, MD Chief, Hematology-Oncology California Pacific Medical Center

Having recently completed chemotherapy and radiation for lymphoma, this book “hit the nail on the head.” He approached this sensitive subject with clarity and care, giving specific ideas for support. This book should be required reading for anyone seeking ways to support someone facing this challenge. Maryann Chwalek, recently finished treatment for cancer

Brings insights and practical wisdom that can’t be found elsewhere. If you know anyone who has cancer read this book. If you have cancer, you will want to put it into the hands of all who may come in contact with you- Steven Evans, Senior Research Scientist Therapeutics Research Institute Omaha, NE

An excellent and comprehensive guideline that should be required reading for caregivers, family members, treating physicians, and even the patient himself-Charles (Chuck) Maack Prostate Cancer Activist/Mentor

Most of us don’t know how to begin the dialogue with a loved one or a friend who says “I have cancer”. This ebook provides us with heartfelt and compassionate guidance on how to “dance with the suffering.”-Greg Schneider, Founder & President Hospice Volunteer Association

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