Don't be misled by the title. This book is not about 'curing' cancer, but is a mental training manual to develop your motivation to live. It provides tips on staying positive, resourceful and motivated throughout your cancer treatment, and developing the mental and emotional strength you will need to get through. Author Jeffrey Hodge is

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Author Gwendoline Smith is a Clinical Psychologist from Auckland who was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2009. In this book she provides support and information on the physical, emotional and psychological experiences of breast cancer. Includes diagnosis, treatment, who to tell and how, lesbian relationships, children, mental health issues and the benefits of humour in

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Cover image of 'Taking care of yourself and your family

This book has been compiled primarily for use by people in rural and remote areas. It aims to provide an additional resource for prevention, early detection, intervention, self-help, and education in relation to some common mental health issues and mental disorders. [Introduction, ]

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This little book provides inspiring affirmations and  creative activities for every day.

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Palliative care doctor, Kathryn Mannix, draws on her years of practice to make a case for approaching death with openness, clarity and understanding.

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Cover image of Reality Slap by Russ Harris

Well known Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) expert, Russ Harris, teaches us how to cope with unexpected and upsetting life events, and how to thrive despite them.

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Cover image of F*** You Cancer by Deborah James

Deborah James was a young woman, working as a deputy head teacher in the UK and mother of two children, when she was diagnosed with stage 4 bowel cancer.  In this book she draws on her own experiences to provide suggestions for coping with diagnosis, treatment and living well with advanced (also known as metastatic

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British authors Professor Trish Greenhalgh and Dr Liz O'Riordan both have medical backgrounds, and were both diagnosed with breast cancer in 2015. This book describes the experiences from diagnosis to life after treatment, with their unique personal experiences. Includes chapters for men, LGBT+ people and older people with breast cancer, as well as a chapter

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