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Write For Life: Communicating Your Way Through Cancer

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Each day, millions of people face traumatic change, when everything familiar feels challenged. What if they began writing about the experience? What if they took better control by communicating more effectively and expressing their feelings? What if their struggle becomes a source of inspiration? Twenty years of research indicates that expressive writing-dealing with one's ...more
Paperback, 128 pages
Published September 15th 2013 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
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Valeria Teles
Jul 05, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Write For Life: Communicating Your Way Through Cancer is a wonderful tool for anyone looking for ways to overcome any kind of challenges with grace, strength, hope, and kindness.
The wisdom in David’s approach and words is undeniable. It was a joy to have had a conversation with David during a podcast interview! His presence is in alignment with what he teaches, advises, and suggests in Write For Life and his book is a source for timeless wisdom.
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This is a great book for anyone with cancer or with any chronic disease that needs to be powered through. The book is a place to write about feelings about cancer and think about life. The book can be for older children to adults because it asks the reader to write about what makes you laugh, how your favorite music makes you feel, and much more. There is also g
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