Many people believe the topic of surviving prostate cancer relates only to men. It doesn't. This disease can take a serious toll on women, too. Cindie Hubiak's book, A Woman's Guide to Thriving after Prostate Cancer, shows how women can take their experience with prostate cancer beyond surviving to thriving.
Suffering in silence after her husband's diagnosis, Cindie woke up to her deep-seated unhappiness. Her search for remedies led her to not only revitalize her relationship with Steve but thrive as a sensual, sexual woman. The author guides readers to honor and grieve losses until reaching acceptance, seek intimacy, strive for sexual fulfillment, and deepen the connection with your own spirit and All That Is.
Larry L. Bans, MD, Medical Director, Prostate Solutions of Arizona, notes in the foreword that an important piece of a man's healing journey often gets overlooked in the prostate cancer story - the physical and emotional well-being of a patient's spouse. He notes that Cindie's book, "shows how to apply concrete ideas and practices to a woman's own odyssey through her loved one's prostate cancer journey."