Coping with the Emotional Impact of Cancer: How to Become an Active Patient Audiobook | Neil A. Fiore | Audible.com
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Coping with the Emotional Impact of Cancer: How to Become an Active Patient | [Neil A. Fiore]

Coping with the Emotional Impact of Cancer: How to Become an Active Patient

Drawing on his experience as a 30-year survivor of a "terminal" cancer diagnosis and his training as a licensed psychologist, Neil Fiore provides deep insight and practical tools. Wise and compassionate, this audio book shows patients and their families how to work with medical caregivers, communicate with each other, and overcome feelings of helplessness.
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Publisher's Summary

Become an active patient and build your emotional support systems. Drawing on his experience as a 30-year survivor of a "terminal" cancer diagnosis and his training as a licensed psychologist, Neil Fiore provides deep insight and practical tools for:

  • Managing the initial shock at receiving a cancer diagnosis
  • Lessening stress and worry
  • Combating depression
  • Preparing your body for treatment
  • Living a rich full life with cancer despite the fear and possibility of recurrence

Wise and compassionate, this audiobook shows patients and their families how to work with medical caregivers, communicate with each other, and overcome feelings of helplessness.

©2009 Neil A. Fiore (P)2010 Gildan Media Corp

What the Critics Say

"I found myself saying `yes' over and over as I heard each chapter. A breast cancer survivor, and an oncology social worker, I found wisdom and insight scattered throughout." (Patricia Fobair, LCSW, MPH, author and editor, Learning to Live Again, and clinical social worker at Stanford University Medical Center's radiation oncology department)

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