6 edition of Lessons Learned from Cancer found in the catalog.
September 4, 2002
by 1st Books Library
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||168|
Lessons I Learned From Cancer. by Caroline Mills - January 6, At the age of 29, I was diagnosed with cancer. Thankfully, I am now in remission. In this post, I would like to share lessons I learned from this experience. I remember the call from the doctor like it was yesterday. It’s a Book of Quotations and a Children’s Art Book. Each quotation is connected to a child’s work of art. The book is about subjects central to the lives of all humanity: Inspiration, Self-Improvement, Parenting, Spirituality, Motivation, Religion, Adolescence, Relationships, Self-esteem, Accomplishment, Family, Leadership, Measuring Success, Positive Thinking, Aging, and Business.
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Lessons Learned from Cancer is the ideal book for people with cancer - whether they are currently in treatment or have survived it. For those who aren't sure what to say when a loved one is diagnosed, Lessons Learned from Cancer is the perfect 5/5(2).
Lesson Learned: Stories from the Oncology Unit, his first book, tells the stories of patients dealing with cancer mixed with historical essays about their illnesses. Product details Paperback: pages5/5(4). faith, hope & healing. Inspiring Lessons Learned from People Living with Cancer ""Bernie Siegel is one of the greatest healers of our time.
The stories he shares in Faith, Hope, and Healing demonstrate the healing effect of treating cancer not just with conventional medicine but by changing the way you think about your disease, the way you act toward those who love and care for /5(21).
'My God Is True!' is one man's chronicle of cancer and the lessons he learned through it. In these pages Paul Wolfe tells his story of diagnosis, treatment and survival, and he points to the glory and grace of God along the way. Above all he points to the faithfulness of God whose promises will certainly prove true/5(17).
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Chemo Muscles: Lessons Learned from Being a Psycho-Oncologist and Cancer Patient Hardcover – Febru by Renee A. Exelbert Ph.D (Author)5/5(6). In My Prostate Cancer Adventure and the Lessons Learned, I take the reader through my experiences from the time I first learned of my cancer, my thoughts of how to deal with it, and what I experienced during my recovery.
I tell my story on a personal level. I’m direct and to the point/5(4). Breast cancer made Jennie Nash a wise old woman at the age of thirty-six. She learned, among other things, that her instincts are good, her kids are resilient, and that, in the fight against breast cancer, the journey for patients, family, and friends can be a surprisingly positive s: One of the first lessons cancer taught me was to give myself permission to grieve.
I didn't receive this lesson at first, although cancer tried several times to teach it to me. You’ll learn many lessons about managing through cancer challenges, in particular the power of opening up to others. Ultimately, you’ll be inspired by the way Kristen comes to grips with her situation and reinvents her life/5(8).
It’s sad that it should take cancer to do this – perhaps everyone can learn from our stories.” You are stronger than you know “People often told me how brave I.
Chemo Muscles: Lessons Learned from Being a Psycho-Oncologist and Cancer Patient. Renee A. Exelbert, Ph.D. Rating details 4 ratings 4 reviews. Renee Exelbert was working as a psychologist in a pediatric cancer center. in Long Island, New /5. Follow @stacy_hurt.
As I write this, we are in the midst of one of the most devastating health crises in history. Every day, I painfully watch the parallels between what we are experiencing as a society and my own personal health journey as both a caregiver and a patient; mostly, how I had to learn foreign concepts very quickly, assess and interpret data, and make critical, life altering.
Brant has written Unleashing Your God-Given Healing: Eight Steps to Prevent and Survive Cancer, to share what she learned through her cancer experience at the Cancer Treatment Centers of America in Chicago, Illinois. Brant attended elementary, middle, and high school in Columbia. The book of Job is considered by some to be devastating, others to be comforting, and still others to be confusing.
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20 Simple Lessons on How to Take Care of Myself I Learned from Surviving Cancer. Mind: 1. Being bald, I noticed my eyes and learned they were truly beautiful. Wow – maybe I am pretty after-all. 2. Feeling tired, drained, nauseous and pain can be a downer. It is ok to be in a funk.
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“You Have Cancer!” (Introduction to 5 Life-changing Lessons I Learned from Cancer) Who Are the Majestic Ones? (Part 1) What to Say to a Sick Man (Part 2) Love Doesn’t Let Anyone Go to Hell (Part 3) Why Teach Kids Memory Verses (Part 4) Loving God (Part 5) “You Have Cancer.