Finding the Light in Cancer's Shadow
You - A?A?ve survived surgery, chemotherapy, or radiation . . . maybe all three. So why aren - A?A?t you deliriously happy?Coping with cancer is sometimes more difficult after treatment than during it. The grueling procedures may be thorough -...
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You - A?A?ve survived surgery, chemotherapy, or radiation . . . maybe all three. So why aren - A?A?t you deliriously happy?Coping with cancer is sometimes more difficult after treatment than during it. The grueling procedures may be thorough - A?A?perhaps all signs of cancer are even gone - A?A?yet the shadow of fear and uncertainty often lingers over cancer survivors and their families.With her trademark humor and straight talk, cancer patient advocate Lynn Eib takes on the tough questions cancer survivors often ask themselves yet rarely speak aloud: What if my cancer comes back? How could I ever stand additional treatments? Will life ever be normal again? Why can - A?A?t I stop worrying?In this hope-filled book, Lynn weaves the story of her own experiences and those of other cancer survivors with true grace and wisdom instead of pat answers or platitudes. In these inspiring accounts, you - A?A?ll discover how God can help you move out from the shadow of cancer and find renewed purpose and joy
Cancer's shadow looms large, even for survivors. Fears may linger: Will the cancer come back? Will I always have complications? Will life ever be normal again? Author and cancer patient advocate Lynn Eib, a colon cancer survivor herself, faces these fears head-on. Drawing on her own experiences, the wisdom of Scripture, and the stories of others who battled cancer, she helps survivors and their loved ones deal with their fears, their moods, their questions, and more. "Finding the Light in Cancer's Shadow" shows that God wants to use cancer survivors in an incredible way, and points them to the hope and healing that only God's light can supply. No glib answers--just the truthful hope that God can penetrate and dispel any shadow in a survivor's life.
Eib was diagnosed with colon cancer in 1990 and is now in remission.