Chicken Soup for the Cancer Survivor's Soul: 101 Healing Stories Of Courage And Inspiration

by Beverly Kirkhart, Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen

Health Communications, Inc. | May 4, 1996 | Trade Paperback

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More than 100 cancer survivors share their personal stories in this touching new collection of Chicken Soup. These heartwarming accounts of courageous people who found the power to battle cancer in their endless hope, unwavering faith and steadfast determination will inspire you to adopt a positive attitude, discover your faith and cherish every moment. Just what the doctor ordered for healing your body, mind and soul.

Format: Trade Paperback

Dimensions: 384 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.88 in

Published: May 4, 1996

Publisher: Health Communications, Inc.

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 1558744029

ISBN - 13: 9781558744028

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Chicken Soup for the Cancer Survivor's Soul: 101 Healing Stories Of Courage And Inspiration

by Beverly Kirkhart, Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen

Format: Trade Paperback

Dimensions: 384 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.88 in

Published: May 4, 1996

Publisher: Health Communications, Inc.

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 1558744029

ISBN - 13: 9781558744028

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Mrs. G in 3B The notice was posted next to the tenants'' mailboxes in the apartment building I''d just moved into in Brooklyn, New York. "A Mitzvah for Mrs. Green," it read. "Sign up to drive Mrs. G in #3B home from her chemotherapy treatments twice a month." Since I wasn''t a driver, I couldn''t add my name, but the word mitzvah lingered in my thoughts after I went upstairs. It''s a Hebrew word that means "to do a good deed," or "an act that expresses God''s will." It is more than that, really, more like a commandment to do things for others. And according to my grandmother, it also had another meaning. This was the one she was always pointing out to me because she''d notice how shy I was about letting people do things for me. "Linda, it''s a blessing to do a mitzvah for someone else, but sometimes it''s a blessing to let another person do something for you." Grandma would be shaking her head at me right now. Several of my friends at the graduate school I attended nights had offered to help me settle in after the moving men left, but I''d said I could manage. Letting them help would have interfered with my image of myself as a capable and independent woman of 21. Snowflakes had been tumbling past my window for several hours when it came time to leave for class. I pulled on two sweaters, a coat, a wool hat and boots, bundling up for the trek to the bus stop that the real estate agent had dismissed as a short stroll. Maybe in May it was a stroll, but in this December storm it
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More than 100 cancer survivors share their personal stories in this touching new collection of Chicken Soup. These heartwarming accounts of courageous people who found the power to battle cancer in their endless hope, unwavering faith and steadfast determination will inspire you to adopt a positive attitude, discover your faith and cherish every moment. Just what the doctor ordered for healing your body, mind and soul.

About the Author

Beverly Kirkhart is president of Comeback Press, Inc., a publishing company dedicated to providing resources for those struggling with life threatening diseases. She is a breast cancer survivor, national speaker and the author of the successful self-guided journal, My Healing Companion, and co-author of the revised version of Chicken Soup for the Surviving Soul. After conquering cancer, Kirkhart made the decision to devote her life to helping other cancer victims take control of their lives. In 1996, she co-founded the highly-regarded Breast Cancer Resource Center of Santa Barbara with surgeon and best-selling author Dr. Susan Love and several other concerned survivors. Kirkhart has been heard by millions across the country as a guest on national television and radio stations, as well as featured inspiration keynote speaker and workshop leader. Her popular ''Empower Yourself Through Words''© inspirational workshops include strategy-packed sessions on My Healing Companion. She also shares her wisdom in her powerful presentations ''How to Turn Setbacks into Comebacks'' (five steps to survive and thrive after life challenging situations), ''Healing the Soul After Cancer'' (five ways survivors can reclaim their life), and ''Caregivers with Compassion.Healers with Heart'' (loving and compassionate ways to combine medical science with supportive therapies), and ''New Purpose.New Passion'' (a personal transformation and goal-setting session to energize cancer patients). Beverly Kirk
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From Our Editors

For years the inspirational Chicken Soup for the Soul books has been the gift of choice for the seriously ill and their family and friends. These empowering volumes not only help individuals confined to bed pass the time enjoyably, the positive messages they contain actually help patients' healing by improving their attitudes and putting smiles on their faces. This heartfelt volume contains a special batch of Chicken Soup devoted stories of people who are beating cancer and finding renewed meaning in their lives
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