Coping with cancer is sometimes more difficult after treatment than during it. You are left with so many questions, and there are so few who really understand survivors unique needs. With her trademark humor and straight talk, Lynn Eib takes on the tough questions: What if my cancer comes back? Is everyone as paranoid as I am? Will life ever be normal again? How do I stay positive? In these inspiring accounts, you will discover how God can help you move out from the shadow of uncertainty that often lingers over cancer survivors and their families and find renewed purpose and joy.
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Customer Reviews for Finding the Light in Cancer's Shadow: Hope, Humor, and Healing When The Treatment is Over
Review 1 for Finding the Light in Cancer's Shadow: Hope, Humor, and Healing When The Treatment is Over
Date:April 26, 2010
As a survivor of breast cancer as well as leukemia I was having trouble moving on. This book was a gift from the Lord and has helped me immeasurably. It was incredibly reassuring to know that I am not alone and that my feelings are shared by other survivors. Thank you Lynn!!!
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Review 2 for Finding the Light in Cancer's Shadow: Hope, Humor, and Healing When The Treatment is Over
Date:April 7, 2006
Looking for a way to help someone who has just finished cancer treatment? Give this book. Lynn Eib understands the power of telling a good story, and so this book has many of them. There are enough personal anecdotes about her to convince me that she knows what she is talking about. But most of her stories are about some of the others she has helped in her role as patient advocate in a busy oncologist's office.The stories help to point people away from the discouragements common to many cancer survivors: fearing recurrence, having to face people who insist on their staying "positive", wondering whether life will ever be normal again. She polishes her stories with inspiring quotes and suggestions that point the reader toward the future. This is a book of hope. I highly recommend it.