10/29/14-Although I’ve lived with prostate cancer for twelve years, it’s not something that I dwell upon. But inevitably, at least once a day, it grabs my ass and says, “gotcha!”

It can be when I’m thinking about my future, my lack of energy, or anticipating my next PSA test. I think most people living with cancer feel the same thing—there is often that bit of worry that the cancer will rear it’s ugly head and say, “I’m back.”

 People who are healthy often are in a quandary how to react to our illness. Should they pretend it doesn’t exist? Offer sympathy? Be supportive even if we don’t ask for it?

 I tried to answer these question in my article She Says “I Have Cancer,” Now What Do You Say?

The response was so overwhelming I decided to expand it into an ebook. “I Have Cancer” 48 Things ToDo When You Hear Those Words. It can be pre-ordered on Amazon until November 30 for $.99. On December 1st,  it will be available on all online booksellers for $3.99.

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I am an author of eight books in four languages. LESSONS FOR THE LIVING: STORIES OF FORGIVENESS, GRATITUDE AND COURAGE AT THE END OF LIFE is my memoir of being a bedside hospice volunteer for six years while battling prostate cancer. My next book, LEANING INTO SHARP POINTS: PRACTICAL GUIDANCE AND NURTURING SUPPORT FOR CAREGIVERS will be published in March, 2012 by New World Library and focus on caregiving for loved ones who have a progressive or terminal illness.