When someone you care about is diagnosed with cancer, it forces you into an emotional journey. How will you find your way? This book will be your guide.
Families Facing Cancer
Aimed at anyone who has a family member or loved one with cancer, this book looks upon a diagnosis of cancer as the beginning of a journey – one that has been forced upon the reader. This book supports them in adapting to the shock of diagnosis, and gives perspective on the situation in which they find themselves.
With practical advice, as well as guidance on how to take your inner journey, this book shows you how to deal with this challenge in your life. You, too, can tap into your deepest strength and come through this ordeal with hope for the future.
Why do you need to read this book? Thereís nothing wrong with you Ė itís someone else who has been diagnosed with cancer, after all!
Well, I guess that just sums up the problem. Someone else is ill, but it affects you too. Your life is changing, possibly in a physical way, almost certainly in an emotional one.
You may tell yourself that how you feel isnít important Ė but that doesnít help anyone. You are a vital and precious person, and you deserve to take some time to travel through this book. You donít need to read this book, but you may choose to use it as your guide.
Letís take some time to look at some of the problems you may meet on your journey with anotherís illness, and some of the ways that this book can help . . .