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Terminal Hope : What Cancer Taught Me About Living and Dying - by Sharon Eagle (Paperback)
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How can anyone feel hopeful after learning she is fatally ill? Sharon Eagle seeks to answer that very question in Terminal Hope, which chronicles her experience with stage 4 lung cancer. After receiving her diagnosis, Eagle, a longtime nurse and educator, understands immediately that her cancer will probably kill her. What she can’t foresee is the remarkable wisdom she gains from the spiritual and emotional quest that her diagnosis sparks. As she navigates the land of cancer, seeking new purpose and meaning, Eagle discovers that her illness has a great deal to teach her. Among many other lessons, cancer inspires her to examine her own faith journey, rebuild relationships, and reconsider patient-caregiver communication and support. Above all, she uncovers compelling evidence for her belief that death is not the end but rather merely a transition to something even better. A moving memoir about the power of positivity, gratitude, and faith, Terminal Hope offers a new perspective for people of all belief systems.
Number of Pages: 340
Genre: Body + Mind + Spirit, Health + Wellness, Biography + Autobiography
Publisher: Ingram Pub Services
Author: Sharon Eagle
Street Date: August 1, 2017
Item Number (DPCI): 248-49-3604
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