Helpful information. Supportive and informative disscussion boards.
This is a great place where you can post updates for loved ones to check in on you. It has a place for journaling and a place for guests to sign. My daughter created my page when so many people were asking about me. Here is my page if you want to check it out and oh ya it is free unless you care to make a donation. I was posting at least weekly and now monthly.
The web site is primarily a group of message boards -- all related in some way to women who have had or will be having hysterectomy and ensuing problems. One of the boards is labeled "Cancer Concerns" for women with GYN cancers. It is a very active board with good, supportive women visiting it.
For inspirations on living! Although not cancer related it can help you get your life on track and have 'lightbulb' moments!
Helps friends and family of terminally ill patients better understand what they are going through.
I recomend other books by Ross as well for dealing with death-- as well as living.
Cancer in children - description - treatment- complications - long term effects - social and physical aspects - survivorship~ life afterwards.
For survivors, friends and family of survivors, and those seeking medical references/advice.
This game is for stress relief for cancer patients, in which they can visualize and destroy cancer on a computer screen.
Woman to woman support for women who need or have had a hysterectomy. It includes a Cancer Concerns area that has a lot of women who have or have had gynelogical cancer.
Work Book To Help Daughters Who Have Lost A Mother At Any Age At Any Time Of There Life
This is the story of a young mother who prevailed through three cancer diagnoses and treatments (two breast cancer and one melanoma). It describes how she juggled cancer treatments with the many other daily demands of working full-time and mothering. The story is set against the backdrop of a close friendship in which two women, both touched by disease and tragedy, gain strength from each other. The author's feelings about her cancer experiences are mirrored in her evolving view of a pair of pink-ribbon earrings that come to represent a badge of courage for her. Finally, the author describes the closure that she has attained following her family's relocation to her hometown, and she offers several lessons that she learned from these cancer experiences.
Order through author's website: www.knology.net/pinkbadgeofcourage