The challenges that others suddenly face inside the hospital can easily be compounded by the challenges they had to leave outside.
It’s obvious that you care deeply about someone, that you wish to make their life easier as they go through the struggles they never expected would happen to them.
For this, I commend you. Sadly, many face these battles on their own.
The person you love is truly lucky to have you and I am honoured to be able to share my thoughts and suggestions with you.
After climbing the mountain that is childhood cancer with our own daughter, and countless hours with other families fighting childhood illness, I learned that so many friends wanted to help, but had no idea where to start or how to maintain it.
This book is for the friends and relatives who perhaps are unsure how they can make a difference or are uncertain what to say should some bad news fall upon their loved one.
Please keep in mind that everyone is different and that many have situations that are unique, so this is more like the intro guide, but I’m sure after reading it you will be ready to go pro.