Published as a self-guided journal, eleven sections examine the complex personal issues that people with cancer have to deal with on a day-to-day basis. Each year over 1 million people are diagnosed with cancer, and each day, these people need to make some of the biggest decisions and answer some of the toughest questions of their lives--do I want to live or die, how do I want my quality of life to be, Is it o.k. to be angry? Why me? and more. Beverly Katherine Kirkhart cancer survivor, national inspirational speaker, and co-author of 'Chicken Soup for the Surviving Soul', addresses each section in a way that only someone who has been on the journey can.
This important self-guided journal considers a number of different aspects of the cancer journey: The physical, social, and enduring emotional meaning of having cancer is explored, as are the steps Beverly has used and suggests that others use to move beyond the why me syndrome.