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ISBN:1886284741
Author: Monique D. Spencer
ISBN13: 978-1886284746
Title: The Courage Muscle: A Chicken's Guide to Living with Breast Cancer
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Language: English
Category: Diseases and Physical Ailments
Publisher: Chandler House Press; 1 edition (February 1, 2005)
Pages: 206

The Courage Muscle: A Chicken's Guide to Living with Breast Cancer by Monique D. Spencer



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Monique Doyle Spencer wrote the book she felt she needed: down-to-earth, practical and very funny. It is for the patient who wants to be herself through treatment, or to find out who that is. If you are looking for a depressing memoir about cancer, skip this. But if life goes on with you or without you, and you want it to be with you, keep this book on your nightstand. 2. What doctors, patients and the media are saying about The Courage Muscle

Monique Doyle-Spencer is an excellent writer. The Courage Muscle touches on comedy and seriousness. Recommend this for EVERYONE. As one who is symmetrically challenged, breast-wise as Spencer is, I promise this is a terrific book to read if you or anyone you love is diagnosed with breast cancer. In fact, even if no one you know has the disease, which is unlikely these days, it's a tremendously funny guide for getting through any of life's daunting little challenges. I'd say it is an absolute scream, but I don't want to scare you; it is an hilarious trip, packed also with good information about your diagnosis and what to expect. The humor shines through, a good thing in the worst of circumstances.

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Monique Doyle Spencer has done the impossible. she's written a book that deals with a delicate subject with humor and profound insight. The Courage Muscle' should be required reading for patients with breast cancer and all of their loved ones. It's a great read! Popular Categories.

Book DescriptionLearning that you have breast cancer is a shocking experience. 69. Why I Wore Lipstick : To My Mastectomy Geralyn Lucas St. Martin's Press, 2004 г. - Book DescriptionA soulful, surprising coming of age journey by a dynamo who used her own adversity as a platform for examining issues all young women face

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Author Monique Doyle Spencer shares her experiences dealing with, surviving, breast cancer with reality and a sense of humor. Inspiring and witty.
Reviews: 7
Malalanim
When I was diagnosed I wanted to read every memoir I could get my hands on. A few were helpful, but this is the only one that was outstanding. I consider this an indispensable read for anyone facing this terrifying diagnosis. Ms. Spencer is a fabulous writer, and manages to provide us with loads of relevant information while at the same time reminding us that there is so much more to life than cancer. After the dozens of books I read, this and Lisa Rankin's Mind over Medicine are the only 2 I recommend to every newly diagnosed woman. Thank you Ms. Spencer for helping me through a very difficult time!
Snowseeker
I first read Ms. Spencers' book "How Can I Help,' which I HIGHLY recommend for any friend or family member of someone with a life-threatening and/or chronic condition. This book is also very easy to read and shares the authors snarky, energetic, and in-your-face attitudes and strategies for getting through tough medical diagnosis. Don't limit yourself to breast cancer, the lessons here apply to any medical struggle.
Painshade
This book is empowering, and I know what I'm talking about - this year I was diagnosed with a nasty cancer (kidney cancer, stage IV (metastasized), grade 4 (aggressive)), so I got to experience fear like I'd never known. The book does a great job of weaving the cancer experience into the rest of life, and Ms. Monique makes it VERY clear that howEVER she feels about it is absolutely okay with her! I don't have breast cancer, but I gobbled every word and I recommend it to everyone involved with any cancer, without exception. (I'm doing very well now, btw.)
Narder
Finally a breast cancer survivor who has brought our most valuable emotion -- humor -- to the forefront. I highly recommend this book to anyone who is facing breast cancer, or anyone who is supporting a friend or family member with breast cancer. Well written, great perspective, and it will leave you smiling and encouraged. Who ever would have thought?
playboy
This is the funniest serious book on the subject to date. Wish I had found it a couple of years ago.
Brakora
Monique Doyle-Spencer is an excellent writer. The Courage Muscle touches on comedy and seriousness.
Recommend this for EVERYONE.
WtePSeLNaGAyko
Making the journey easier. Wonderful insights with valuable info. This is one of my bibles for survival. Carry it everywhere.
As one who is symmetrically challenged, breast-wise as Spencer is, I promise this is a terrific book to read if you or anyone you love is diagnosed with breast cancer. In fact, even if no one you know has the disease, which is unlikely these days, it's a tremendously funny guide for getting through any of life's daunting little challenges. I'd say it is an absolute scream, but I don't want to scare you; it is an hilarious trip, packed also with good information about your diagnosis and what to expect. The humor shines through, a good thing in the worst of circumstances. Speaking of screaming, it put me in mind of a regular day after work when five of us ladies were hooked up to our portaports, getting our dose of poison, I mean chemo, when a four-inch cockroach scurried out from a corner and under a chair. We all hoisted up our legs (as best we could in those recliners) and started screeching and hollering for help. It was like, "Cancer smancher, this friggin dangerous beast just ran across the linoleum!" So, there are indeed laughs to be had--and more than fair are in The Courage Muscle. A great comfort.