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Personal conversations between George and Bonnie shed light on the differences between religion and a relationship with God. Their tale provides important information on prevention and ...
Personal conversations between George and Bonnie shed light on the differences between religion and a relationship with God. Their tale provides important information on prevention and treatment of malignant melanoma and palliative care options.
"What an astounding book! I thoroughly enjoyed the references to Dr. Kübler-Ross which added to the discussion. Thank you for this intimate account of your life together with George, and the large part that God played in your lives. "Physicians must minister to the patient's mind, body and spirit." - Dr. John Seely, renowned Palliative Care Physician, and former Dean of Medicine.
"I loved the book. Besides being an educational tool, it weaves a beautiful story of love, strength and spirituality. This book gave me a renewed sense of faith and its meaning." - Kathy Kustra, MSW, RSW, Oncology Social Worker - Ottawa General Hospital.
"The couple's riveting experience is captured so intensely that it brings the reader into a transfixed, totally captivating state of involvement. With the day by day detail and the valuable medical explanations to support the process of a diagnosis of terminal malignant melanoma, the reader becomes a partner in their journey - an amazing journey of love, devotion, commitment and determination." - Joan Hodder, Retired Teacher
Publisher's website: www.SBPRA.com/BonnieClarkDouglass