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Don't Ever Look Down

by Debbie Church

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0982483236, Paperback)

Marriages don't always survive cancer, even when patients do. In this unique book, the authors share their journey through cancer as husband and wife with honesty, humor, and hope. Don't Ever Look Down offers encouragement and practical advice to couples who are facing the same steep mountain climb.

As an oncology counselor, Debbie Church has worked with hundreds of cancer patients. Through her own experience with this disease, she gained a greater understanding of cancer's impact on individuals and families. Her husband, Dick, shares a man's perspective on entering the mysterious worlds of gynecology and oncology. An experienced mountain climber, Dick compares Debbie's battle with cancer to the difficulties, dangers, and triumphs of climbing a mountain.

Topics include:
The stages of cancer.
The ways spouses respond to the intrusion of cancer in their lives, and advice for couples dealing with this disease.
The impact on sexual intimacy.
Advice for counseling kids of different ages as they deal with fear and trauma when a parent has cancer.
Advice on handling the burden of mounting medical bills and the added stress they induce.
Confronting difficult questions about faith, death, and God.
How to be a friend to a friend who has cancer, and what not to say.
The case for counseling.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:21:11 -0400)

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