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ISBN:1614481016
Author: Joy Huber
ISBN13: 978-1614481010
Title: Cancer with Joy: How to Transform Fear into Happiness and Find the Bright Side Effects
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Language: English
Category: Diseases and Physical Ailments
Publisher: Morgan James Publishing (April 1, 2012)
Pages: 174

Cancer with Joy: How to Transform Fear into Happiness and Find the Bright Side Effects by Joy Huber



When professional speaker & songwriter Joy Huber was diagnosed with Stage Four cancer at the young age of 33, she didn’t choose to get angry or depressed. She chose to fight using the tremendous power of positivity and lots of humor even as she went from having shoulder-length hair at diagnosis to bald in 6 weeks. She heard the word remission less than 6 months after h When professional speaker & songwriter Joy Huber was diagnosed with Stage Four cancer at the young age of 33, she didn’t choose to get angry or depressed

This resource accomplishes that. Dr. James O. Armitage unmc. Joy Huber easily lives up to her name with her 'Cancer with Jo. That's exactly what I happen to have, and Joy's my role model. Joy Huber is a stage four young adult cancer survivor and the founder of "Cancer with Jo.

about this book: "Cancer with Joy" is THE Essential Resource for the 1,500,000+ newly diagnosed with cancer in the . Every Single Year & their support teams (caregivers, spouse, family, friends).

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When professional speaker and songwriter Joy Huber was diagnosed with Stage Four cancer at the young age of 33, she didn't choose to stay angry. When professional speaker & songwriter Joy Huber was diagnosed with Stage Four cancer at the young age of 33, she didn't choose to get angry or depressed. She heard the word remission less than 6 months after her diagnosis and after 6 intense rounds of chemotherapy.

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They will be encouraged as they recognize early on in their battle they have a choice in how they respond to everything life throws at us, and Joy guides readers through the options they have sharing specific examples of 10 challenging moments and how she personally handled Cancer with Joy Cancer with Joy will also feature a unique section of valuable resources not. found in other books--100 web sites all patients & caregivers need at diagnosis to save them critical time, money, & important energy & strength

They will be encouraged as they recognize early on in their battle they have a choice in how they respond to everything life throws at us, and Joy guides readers through the options they have sharing specific examples of 10 challenging moments and how she personally handled Cancer with Joy Cancer with Joy will also feature a unique section of valuable resources not. found in other books--100 web sites all patients & caregivers need at diagnosis to save them critical time, money, & important energy & strength  . This Cancer with Joy: How to Transform Fear into Happiness and Find the Bright Side Effects book is not really ordinary book, you have it then the world is in your hands.

Provides advice on facing cancer and cancer treatments with a positive attitude, with the cancer stories of the author and others; discusses what to do and not do after diagnosis, health care reform, relationships with others, emotional and physical fitness, caregivers; and provides web resources. see all 2 descriptions.

When professional speaker and songwriter Joy Huber was diagnosed with Stage Four cancer at the young age of 33, she didn't choose to stay angry. She chose to fight using the tremendous power of positivity and lots of humor, even as she went from having shoulder-length hair at diagnosis to bald in 6 weeks. She heard the word remission less than 6 months after her diagnosis and after 6 intense rounds of chemotherapy. 
Reviews: 7
Malalanim
Unfortunately, this writer is too full of herself to make this a worthwhile read. She fancies herself a comedian, - something that I was looking forward to reading and finding a bright spot in my scare with cancer. I finally put the book down as she annoyed me too much.
Whitescar
How can the word Joy ever be associated with Cancer? That was the question I asked myself when I first saw the title of Joy Huber's book, "Cancer with Joy". After reading the book I understand what she is saying. Simply put, Joy's message is this: Yes, cancer is a horrible disease and getting the diagnosis is devastating, but even with cancer a person can be more than their diagnosis and can still have happiness and even joy in their life. When Joy Huber was thirty-three years old she was on the cusp of what she intended to be her breakout year. Although she had a successful speaking and coaching business in her hometown in Nebraska, she'd just sold her home and planned to move to Nashville to pursue her dream of songwriting. But scant days before she was to make her big life-altering move her mother insisted she have some mysterious lumps checked out. Within days Joy's breakout year became something entirely different. Joy went through the trials of daily visits to specialists and then aggressive chemotherapy. Finally she battled her disease into remission and through the process of dealing with cancer Joy discovered a power within herself to rise above her diagnosis and retain happiness, dignity, and even joy.

More than a million and a half people are diagnosed with cancer every year. Half of all men and one third of all women will face cancer in their lifetime. This is a staggering statistic, but it means that almost every person on the planet will either face cancer directly or indirectly when a loved one or friend is diagnosed. But even though the disease is awful, cancer victims and their supporters can rise above the diagnosis and still lead happy and fulfilled lives. Joy Huber made the journey from a stage-4 cancer diagnosis to a happy, fulfilled and joyful person and shows how she did it so others can make the same journey. As Joy says, "I just want to help others through this difficult time; that's my mission and passion!"

When I first started reading Joy's book I could not fathom how anything related to cancer could be said to be joyful. After reading the book I understand what Joy's point is: That happiness and joy are not dependent on the disease; that we can make choices to be happy even while we fight. Anyone who has cancer or who loves and cares for someone facing and fighting cancer will benefit from this book. It should be mandatory reading for all doctors and health professionals dealing with cancer patients and their families. Cancer with Joy: How to Transform Fear into Happiness and Find the Bright Side Effects has my highest recommendation.
Agalas
How can the word Joy ever be associated with Cancer? That was the question I asked myself when I first saw the title of Joy Huber's book, "Cancer with Joy". After reading the book I understand what she is saying. Simply put, Joy's message is this: Yes, cancer is a horrible disease and getting the diagnosis is devastating, but even with cancer a person can be more than their diagnosis and can still have happiness and even joy in their life. When Joy Huber was thirty-three years old she was on the cusp of what she intended to be her breakout year. Although she had a successful speaking and coaching business in her hometown in Nebraska, she'd just sold her home and planned to move to Nashville to pursue her dream of songwriting. But scant days before she was to make her big life-altering move her mother insisted she have some mysterious lumps checked out. Within days Joy's breakout year became something entirely different. Joy went through the trials of daily visits to specialists and then aggressive chemotherapy. Finally she battled her disease into remission and through the process of dealing with cancer Joy discovered a power within herself to rise above her diagnosis and retain happiness, dignity, and even joy.

More than a million and a half people are diagnosed with cancer every year. Half of all men and one third of all women will face cancer in their lifetime. This is a staggering statistic, but it means that almost every person on the planet will either face cancer directly or indirectly when a loved one or friend is diagnosed. But even though the disease is awful, cancer victims and their supporters can rise above the diagnosis and still lead happy and fulfilled lives. Joy Huber made the journey from a stage-4 cancer diagnosis to a happy, fulfilled and joyful person and shows how she did it so others can make the same journey. As Joy says, "I just want to help others through this difficult time; that's my mission and passion!"

When I first started reading Joy's book I could not fathom how anything related to cancer could be said to be joyful. After reading the book I understand what Joy's point is: That happiness and joy are not dependent on the disease; that we can make choices to be happy even while we fight. Anyone who has cancer or who loves and cares for someone facing and fighting cancer will benefit from this book. It should be mandatory reading for all doctors and health professionals dealing with cancer patients and their families. Cancer with Joy: How to Transform Fear into Happiness and Find the Bright Side Effects has my highest recommendation.
Thofyn
I was diagnosed with breast cancer in October of this year. My sister had heard of this book and got a copy to me within a week of diagnosis. I can't imagine what it would have been like for me to navigate this "cancer road" without the help of this book. It was almost like I was given permission to be positive and up beat, even when we weren't sure if the cancer had spread. I also was grateful to know that we could have a sense of humor about it! It also has a bunch of info without being overwhelming or scary. Like Joy talks about, the internet can scare a person if you google enough info. I have read and re read the book a couple of times. I am passing a copy on to my mom and my sis who gave me the book to begin with. I think it would be a huge help to anyone that cancer has touched. It gives good info both with stories of others who are facing cancer and resources that are available. This is all presented in a positive and warm manner. An EXCELLENT resource!