I'm currently battling breast cancer and all of the awful things that go with it. I read your book "Help, Thanks, Wow," over an over, because so many different passages speak to me, especially as someone who had a less than ideal childhood, so thank you so much. However, I seem to be able to relate to "Help" and "Thanks", but somehow can't move to "Wow" yet. Do you have any advice on how to bridge that gap?
Well, as I quote in Stitches, Mr Roger's mother always said, in the aftermath of tragedy, "Look to the helpers.". There's always SO amazing. Wow. Go outside and look around--and up--and at the green shoots breaking thru the concrete at your feet. Wow. Can you BELIEVE how you are managing your care and healing and attitude? Wow.