In Honor of Women: A Revolutionary Approach to Preventing Breast Cancer and Other Diseases

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Ballantine Books, 1998 - Health & Fitness - 268 pages
Doing it all? Always the giver? Can't take time out for yourself ?
This book could save your life!
--Eliminate the guilt
--Discover 101 ways to honor yourself as a woman
--Learn the ten most common emotional and psychological patterns of women who get breast cancer
--Explore how dis-ease manifests into disease

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Contents

Breast Cancer Is a Symptom
23
Fear Does Not Exist in the Present
45
Standing in the Light
59
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About the author (1998)

Stella Togo Crawley was diagnosed with breast cancer at age 32. Her interviews with more than 200 breast cancer survivors revealed that "giving too much  is a common thread. An author, speaker, and consultant, Crawley is dedicated to helping women relearn the lost art of receiving. She currently lives in California.

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