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Changing Normal

Author: Marilu Henner
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1501132636
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New York Times bestselling author, memory expert, radio host, and beloved actor Marilu Henner delivers an intimate account of how she and her husband stood together in the face of cancer and triumphed—without chemotherapy or radiation. Marilu Henner was moving on with her life after a divorce when her old college classmate Michael Brown, whom she had not seen in over twenty years, called her out of nowhere. Within days of their first meeting in 2003, they were planning a life together, and soon they were inseparable as Michael became ever more integrated into Marilu’s family. But after only months they were thrown the ultimate curveball: Michael was diagnosed with bladder cancer, and then lung cancer. Marilu refused to lose the love of her life so easily. With the knowledge she had gained on her own health journey, chronicled in several of her bestselling books, Marilu set about finding a path for Michael that would use the best of Eastern and Western medicine to beat his cancers and return Michael to optimal health. Michael eschewed traditional treatments and with Marilu’s help, aided by knowledgeable and sympathetic doctors, he forged his own path. In this moving and informative book, Marilu tells the story of their fast-paced romance and how this contrasted with the day-to-day battle for Michael’s life. Michael tells the story from his point of view: the search for the cause of his cancer, the mental anguish he felt as he realized how responsible he was for his condition, the physical and mental hardships that he had to overcome, and the triumph of love that made it all worthwhile. Not a "how-to" book in the traditional sense, Changing Normal is a book of empowerment, a call for all those facing similar challenges to take responsibility for their lives, to search for the causes of their illness and address them directly. Written with an engaging voice, a sense of humor, and life-changing wisdom, Changing Normal is a personal and touching look at how Marilu and Michael faced down a cancer diagnosis and came out the other side happier, healthier, and more in love than ever.

Beating Cancer With Faith Optimism And Humor

Author: Fabiana Da Silva
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 1483492966
Size: 24.69 MB
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Fabiana Da Silva had been living and teaching in the United States for only few years when she met the prince she had been searching for her entire life. After they married on May 4, 2013, they shared beautiful moments for seven months until the day Fabiana received a shocking diagnosis. She had leukemia. In a heartwarming retelling, Fabiana leads others chronologically through her life in the days before the diagnosis as she excitedly prepared for a trip to Brazil, through her symptoms that ultimately steered her to a diagnosis, her treatments and their impact on her marriage, and her positive outlook through it all. As she candidly brings each moment to life, Fabiana encourages others to keep their faith, hope, and humor during their own health challenges so that they, too, can live in the present and embrace every moment, good or bad.

Cancer And The Family Life Cycle

Author: Theresa A. Veach
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9781583910160
Size: 67.76 MB
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This book uses current psychosocial literature in combination with empirical research and clinical accounts of family adaptation to help professionals and families cope with the impact of cancer. It is broad in scope and includes families in any life cycle (i.e. single adults, children, adolescents, and later life). This book, with its solid theoretical foundation, will be especially beneficial to any professional who is helping a family to adapt to cancer.

A Change Of Tongue

Author: Antjie Krog
Publisher: Random House Struik
ISBN: 9780958446846
Size: 53.61 MB
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In times of fundamental change, people tend to find a space, lose it and the find another space as life and the world transform around them. What does this metamorphosis entail and in what ways are we affected by it? How do we live through it and what may we become on our journey toward each other, particularly when the space and places form which we depart are – at least on the surface – so vastly different? Ranging freely and often wittily across many terrains, this brave book by one of South Africa’s foremost writers and poets provides a unique and compelling discourse on living creatively in Africa today