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When Cancer Strikes a Friend: What to Say, What to Do, and How to Help | [Bonnie E. Draeger]

When Cancer Strikes a Friend: What to Say, What to Do, and How to Help

If you’ve ever had a friend, relative, or colleague with cancer, this is the book for you. Wondering what to say, how to help, and/or what to know about your friend with cancer? Now, for the first time, your questions will be answered in this supportive and instructional guide on how to be there for your loved one in his or her time of need.
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Audible Editor Reviews

Jean Alexander's thoughtful, unaffected delivery complements the supportive and practical nature of this guide for people who want to help their family, friends, and colleagues through the ordeal of cancer. Listeners will feel reassured by the blend of sympathy and sensibility in Alexander's voice as she narrates practical advice from cancer professionals on topics such as understanding the cancer experience, giving spiritual care, communicating in an appropriate and sensitive way, and more. Cancer is a frightening, isolating experience for many victims, and this audiobook will help listeners learn the best way to respond during their loved one's time of need.

Publisher's Summary

If you’ve ever had a friend, relative, or colleague with cancer, this is the book for you. Wondering what to say, how to help, and/or what to know about your friend with cancer? Now, for the first time, your questions will be answered in this supportive and instructional guide on how to be there for your loved one in his or her time of need.

When Cancer Strikes a Friend is a prescriptive, step-by-step guide with menus of tried-and-true responses, bulleted examples, detailed sidebars, and sound advice from cancer professionals.In Bonnie Draeger’s debut book, professionals provide authoritative treatments of topics, including post-treatment; when friends live alone; pediatric and teen cancer issues; talking to children about cancer; and food, teamwork, and more. Featuring more than 40 expert contributions, When Cancer Strikes a Friend is the essential guide for friends and colleagues who truly want to help their friends and family—acting as caregivers, listeners, and supporters—fight a winning battle against the Big C.Key topics and issues include:

  • Finding your way as a friend
  • Gifts of friendship
  • Understanding the cancer experience
  • Sharing hope, peace, and spiritual care
  • Learning to communicate
  • And more

When Cancer Strikes a Friend is the essential book for anyone who knows someone with cancer—that is, everyone.

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