Dance like Nobody's Watchingby Marion Rosen
DANCE LIKE NOBODY'S WATCHING is a riveting true story of courage that relates how the author transformed her experience with two deadly cancers-breast and ovarian-into an opportunity to slay all the cancer dragons. . . and survive. Her personal blueprint for survival includes believing in a mind-body connection, taking control of one's own healthcare, participating in a support group, and embracing many levels of love. By dancing close to death, she learns how to live, and in sharing that gift, she offers hope to anyone who must travel the lonely road of cancer.
- Infinity Publishing
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- 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.37(d)
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I am living with ovarian cancer and thought this book would connect me to someone who shared the same values as I do. I also thought I would pre-read it before giving it to a younger woman who having been treated for breast cancer, is now undergoing Chemo for ovarian cancer. I thought it would be uplifting and raise her spirits!Unfortunately I found that this survivor was much too self absorbed and thoughtless! I will never suggest that a newly diagnosed cancer patient read her book. It is filled with frightening accounts of every awful experience she had during her diagnosis and treatment. Had I not all ready gone through Chemotherapy and surgery, I would have been terrified. It was my hope that the author would extend her hand with care and concern for fellow ovarian/Breast cancer survivors. Instead she seemed to separate herself through her self involvement with all the awful details. I might compare it to stories about childbirth. I would personally never tell a young expectant mother just exactly how excruciating giving birth to a child is. In the same respect, I would never present a book aimed at women with cancer,and fill it with first person accounts of experiences almost too dreadful for even a non cancer sufferer to digest. I just didn't see the point. 'Look what I went through...aren't I special?' If that was the point, she made it.