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Each section is divided by an illustration to encourage centring and meditation. For those who do not wish to write, blank sections can be used for photographs, drawings, dried flowers, clippings etc.
A picture book written to help children cope with a mother's breast cancer. Includes "testimonials" by animal characters in an imaginary support group, allowing each of them to talk about issues they are facing. The "narrators" describe how the family reacted to the diagnosis, meeting the doctors a…
Compiles personal accounts from daughters of mothers who have had breast cancer. The daughters share their feelings of anxiety, loss, fear, courage, inspiration, compassion and joy.
A workbook for children.
Discusses problems women face after treatment ends, including side effects, health insurance, fears of recurrence, ongoing relationships with healthcare professionals, how to find support, how to become as healthy as possible, how to deal with recurrence, job issues, health insurance, lymphedema, a…
An introduction to the medical circumstances and challenges patients and the people who care for them face at home.
Covers communication, fertility, and the emotional and physical impact of specific cancers on sexuality.
Six year old Becky has many adjustments to make and new feelings to deal with when her mother is diagnosed with cancer.