Affirmations, Meditations, and Encouragements for Women Living with Breast Cancer
One American woman in ten will get breast cancer. This book--the first of its kind for breast cancer survivors--maintains that the cancer survivor can, through affirmation and gradual revelation, change her own perceptions about her body.
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