In 2015, Joel and Rebekah were married. Seven months later, Joel's dad was diagnosed with stage-four stomach cancer. A month after that, at the age of 26, Rebekah was diagnosed with stage four breast cancer.
What do you say? What do you do? These questions and many others are answered in this book. The answers come from real life, learned in the trenches and valleys of fighting cancer and learning to love through it. You will discover how a tragedy can turn into a triumph, how to understand what cancer is and how it's treated, how not to be one of the many well-intentioned dragons, how to really help your loved one through their journey, and how to implement many practical ideas to love, support, and help.
You have more power to help than you may think. If you feel like you don't know what to do or say, this book is for you.
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- vickie costelloe
I love this audio book. If you're looking for some understanding and how to help your loved one going through Cancer this is perfect. The what to say, what not to do and how to be a Cancer Angel to them and others going through it. Thank you for sharing your experience, it's been a great help.
- Jason Eisenhauer
Slow start but worth the wait
My brother has stage IV brain cancer and I was so tired, and could tell he was too, of everyone, myself included, telling him "It's going to be ok" or ""Stay strong". There is nothing I want more than to connect with him and give him even the slightest bit of comfort. This book gave me the tools and knowledge/understanding to do that.
Don't let the religious background chapters in the beginning scare you off. After the first few chapters the book explodes with incredibly useful information.
My family and I are so thankful for this book.