Award-Winning Journals Provide Real World Advice and Guidance for Cancer Patients and Survivors
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Replace fear with hope and improve quality of life with theses self-guided, survivor-created journals. The What’s Next For My Life? Companion Journal answers questions patients don’t know or are afraid to ask, and allow them to privately explore emotions at their own pace. The What’s Next After Cancer Treatment Ends? LifeBook guides survivors through a proven process that promote life-giving choices when active treatment ends and a new normal life is being created. Uses wisdom from other survivors, self-exploration, and growth tools to smooth the transition and create a happier, healthier life as a survivor.
Currently used in over 20 cancer treatment centers and support organizations. Patients, survivors, and oncology health care professionals recommend these valuable tools for anyone affected by cancer. The learning comes from the heart and spirit of survivors from all over the country.
These books give patients and survivors the one thing their doctors can’t – real world wisdom from other survivors.
What’s Next For My Life? ™ Companion Journal for Cancer Patients
- Reduces isolation, loneliness and stress
- Answers many common non-medical concerns
- Allows patients to privately explore emotions at their own pace
What’s Next When Treatment Ends LifeBook
- Creates foundation of self knowledge for future choices
- Provides tools and process to promote choice and take action
- Supports successful transition from patient to survivor
These books benefit patients, survivors, loved ones, and oncology healthcare providers!
“The survivor insight combined with the journaling prompts and compelling visuals make a unique and effective tool for our patients.” – Phil Fusca MSW, Co-Chair, SE Florida Cancer Control Collaborative
“Both of my parents are going through cancer and I didn’t think they would use the book. After I read it, I realized that was OK because I can use what I learned in this book to open up communication and support all of us. It really helped me understand what I can do to help my parents,” comments Karima F.