What People Are Saying
â€œThe booklet is very powerful and impactful.â€
Mehra Golshan, MD MBA FACS
Deputy Chief Medical Officer for Surgical Services
Clinical Director of Breast Program
Chief of Breast Surgery
Smilow Cancer Hospital
Yale Cancer Center
Department of Surgery
New Haven, CT
â€œLOVE A Street Smart Guide! At first, I honestly thought it was going to be hokey. But as I quickly read the chapters, the content was spot on. You managed to find the common threads of the breast cancer experience and offer ways to manage the challenges in a very wise, practical, funny way. Your message is very clear, itâ€™s about YOU and your life and moving forward. I think this guide would be an amazing resource for women who are first diagnosed and starting their journey.
â€œWell done! Iâ€™m very impressed. I will need to order these booklets, let me know the process please.â€
Cate Mullen, RN MSN AOCNS
Breast Health Center
Tufts Medical Center
A Street-Smart Guide to Getting Through Cancer was written for cancer patients by a cancer patient who actually lived it. It addresses the physical and emotional challenges a person faces while going through treatment.
The booklet explains the importance of being your own best advocate. It addresses difficult situations, feeling out of control, guilty and fearful. How to handle insensitive comments, etcâ€¦ It teaches them to be kind to themselves with â€˜ A Passâ€™ and encourages them to do more than be a patient.
- Street Smarts
- The Horrible Stories
- The Key - Itâ€™s only temporary
- The Best of the Best
- Whereâ€™s Gideon?
- Hindsight is 20/20
- Too Much Info Too Soon
- Circle of Friends (Personal infrastructure)
- How to Help People Help You â€“ (Favorites Form)
- â€œCottage Rulesâ€
- Knowledge is Power
- 3 Days Up â€“ The Mind Set
- Shell of a Woman
- You Look Marvelous
- Cards, Letters, Calls & E-mails
- The Journals â€“ The 2 AM Fear Factors
- Will You Ever Be the Same?
- Pay it Forward
- Great Quotes