ISBN-10:
1886665117
ISBN-13:
9781886665118
Pub. Date:
02/01/2001
Publisher:
EduCare Publishing
Helping Your Mate Face Breast Cancer: Tips for Becoming an Effective Support Partner / Edition 4

Helping Your Mate Face Breast Cancer: Tips for Becoming an Effective Support Partner / Edition 4

by Judy C. Kneece

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ISBN-13: 9781886665118
Publisher: EduCare Publishing
Publication date: 02/01/2001
Edition description: REV
Pages: 136
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x (d)

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: What Is a Support Partner?
Chapter 2: The Initial Diagnosis
Chapter 3: Dealing With Your Emotional Pain
Chapter 4: Understanding the Impact on Your Mate
Chapter 5: What Do I Do First?
Chapter 6: Dealing With Children
Chapter 7: Dealing With Health Insurance and Employment
Chapter 8: Support Groups
Chapter 9: Understanding Breast Cancer
Chapter 10: Breast Cancer Decisions
Chapter 11: Surgical Decisions
Chapter 12: Facing Surgery Together
Chapter 13: Resuming Communications
Chapter 14: Understanding the Pathology Report
Chapter 15: Treatments for Breast Cancer
Chapter 16: Your Partnership in Recovery
Chapter 17: Her Emotional Adjustments to Cancer
Chapter 18: Managing the Fear of Recurrence
Chapter 19: Shared Insights on Coping

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Helping Your Mate Face Breast Cancer: Tips for Becoming an Effective Support Partner 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
EssFair on LibraryThing 4 months ago
A useful book for anyone whose spouse or partner has been diagnosed with Breast cancer, this text is short¿102 pages plus 4 pages of resources and a glossary. The author focuses on helping a spouse or partner deal with his/her emotions as well as the emotions of his/her spouse, children and family. The advice is practical and the book will reassure people that they are not alone and others have survived these same experiences.