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Helping Children Cope With Your Cancer

It's upsetting to even think about it, but cancer affects many of us, and people we know. It's even more scary for your children to know you have cancer. Many questions arise, such as: How are you going to tell them? How do you deal with the distress and the pain? How can you deal with both the emotional and psychological disruptions a family will go through when a parent has cancer? The author has assembled the actual life stories and experiences of more than twenty parents who have been diagnosed with cancer. In these stories, they share with you their deepest fears, along with their greatest hopes and desires, as they provide the reader with invaluable knowledge, guidance and inspiration. Now, this invaluable book includes new stories from parents with cancer and advice from professional counselors, making it a very special contribution from families affected by cancer to other families affected by cancer.



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