You just found out that your partner has breast cancer.
You’re feeling panic because you will be expected to be her main support partner, her caregiver, during her recovery period and you don’t think you can do it.
Panic is step one. It means you care.
But now it’s time to move to step two, your action plan, so that when you arrive at step three, after the initial recovery period, you will be feeling closer to her and to yourself than you’ve ever felt in your life.
I did it. You can, too.
During my journey, I found a lot of material on how I could help my wife but nothing on how I could keep sane while I was helping her. This book is what I needed then; I am confident, my brothers, that it is exactly what you need now.
You can’t help your partner if you aren’t helping yourself.
But, my sisters, it is you who likely will have to invest in this book (as if you have nothing else to think about) because your partner is probably denying he needs the help. It’s a smooth read, it’s uplifting, and the steps are easy to implement. Help him to help you.
Join me on the path from victim to survivor.
“All I can say is wow! I found this booklet helpful, informative, moving, and clearly a labor of love.”—Dr. Helen Pass, Director, Division of Breast Surgery, and Co-Director of Women’s Breast Center, Stamford Hospital, Stamford, CT
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