Cancer Made Me Beautiful: A Journey to Recovery

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AuthorHouse, Jun 7, 2011 - Health & Fitness - 140 pages
Cherie A. Hunter has found a way to take a scary and serious circumstance and turn it into something courageous, soft and inspiring. In her account Cancer Made Me Beautiful, there are sensible, usable and even enjoyable steps you can use to overcome your fears, anxiety and other negative emotions, transforming them into life affirming behaviors. No longer will you see your life in fragments. You will begin to see the whole picture that will allow you to live in your own power and restore your life's balance. This book not only gives you a glimpse into the journey of a cancer survivor, but also lays out a detailed and practical plan for bringing balance back into your life and restoring you to your purpose. Cancer Made Me Beautiful deals directly and powerfully with the spiritual and psychological barriers that stand in the way of our recovery when confronted with life's challenges
 

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Contents

Preface
16
Foreword
18
Introduction
20
Unraveling the Mystery
25
Exposing the Enemy
34
The Dance
55
Wholeness Recovery on all levels
75
Hitting The Reset Button
86
Transformation
112
Closing Prayer
131
The Reset of Recovery at The End of Black
132
The Colors of Ribbons Representing Cancer
133
Refferences
134
Credits
135
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Cherie A. Hunter, sister, daughter, deacon, and friend is Executive Director of Hunter Communications, Inc. and a five year lymphoma cancer survivor. Sought-after speaker, trainer and conference organizer, with over 25 year' experience in the Human Services field and retired Illinois Air National Guard member. Former Director of External Training for Treatment Alternatives for Safe Communities (TASC) in Illinois and Director of the Center for Criminal Justice for Great Lakes Addiction Technology Transfer Center at TASC. While working in the human services field, she has developed and implemented programs for people living with HIV/AIDS, youth, families and low-income communities, child welfare, juvenile and adult criminal justice, and other social systems. Dedicated to delivering services and meeting the needs of diverse populations, Ms. Hunter is skilled in developing coalitions and working with boards of directors while providing qualified expertise and innovative direction.

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