Things Not To Say To Someone Who Has Cancer
You’ve just received the worst possible news – someone you love is diagnosed with cancer.
Before you have a chance to do anything, you’ll need to say something. The usual clichés spring to mind, but surely there’s something better to say than “What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger”? Just what do you say to someone who has cancer?
Things Not To Say To Someone Who Has Cancer is available now in e-book and print.
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Soul Letters for the Cancer Sojourner
Ever since my diagnosis and treatment for stage 3B Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma in 2003, I’ve been wondering if I could write the book I wished I’d been able to find.
When I had cancer, I didn’t want another “cure yourself from cancer with this amazing diet” book. I didn’t want to read another book about how “positive thinking” cured cancer, or how my negative thoughts probably caused it in the first place. I also didn’t want to read yet another book in which someone described their wonderful personal transformation or the deep spiritual lesson they learned because of cancer. What I wanted was someone who’d been there to write me some letters, heart to heart and soul to soul, and just tell me the truth about what it was really like for people to have cancer.
Soul Letters for the Cancer Sojourner is thirty letters I’ve written from my survivor soul to yours.
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God, You Can Take My Mental Illness -
“Our questions about how these kinds of things can happen, even when you pray every day, and ask God very nicely, ‘Could nothing bad please happen, thank you,’ went largely unanswered…”
God, You Can Take My Mental Illness, Just Not The Part Where You Speak To Me” is a collection of blog posts and essays from 2011 and 2012 published in various places such as Burnside Writers Collective, Mamamia, BlogHer and Relevant.com. I describe the story of my family and our journey through mental illness and subsequent rehabilitation, alcoholism and recovery from addiction, and marriage breakdown and miraculous restoration. Don’t worry – God retains His good reputation throughout, albeit with very little help from me.
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