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Junior Board Cancer Resource Library

Pathfinder a guide to finding library materials

Coping with Cancer

What does coping mean? coping is the way a person deals with stress, solves problems, and makes decisions

Here are a few titles on this topic you will find in the Junior Board Cancer Resource Library.


After Shock: what to do when the doctors give you – or someone you love – a devastating diagnosis Can Survive : reclaiming your life after cancer Cancer fear & stress relief program Here for Now: living well with cancer through mindfulness Hope in the Face of Cancer Human Side of Cancer: living with hope, coping with uncertainty I’m with You Now : a guide through incurable illness … Living Time: faith and facts to transform your cancer journey Living with Life-threatening Illness Managing Cancer (2nd ed.) Mind, Body and Soul : a guide to living with cancer Road Back to Health: coping with the emotional aspects of cancer Surviving Cancer Emotionally : learning how to heal You Are Not Your Illness : seven principles for meeting the challenge You Can Get through This(breast cancer) What Cancer Cannot Do Who? Me?: a journal of 50 word thoughts on living with breast cancer Why me? Why now? (breast cancer)


Cancer Survival Toolbox Healing from the Inside Out Meditation for People with Cancer Resting in God’s Care: coping with fear, anxiety & stress

WB 141 G887a QZ 201 N465c WM 172 M984c WM 172 R813h QZ 201 G539h WM 75 H736h WM 75 R38

QZ 201 H434L WT 500 D65 QZ 201 R261m QZ 201 D129m

WM 172 F518r WM 172 G756s

WM 75 T673y WP 870 S931y QZ 201 W555

WP 870 N548w WP 870 M982w

QZ 201 C2156 WB 880 S571h WB 880 N195f WM 172 R436


Affirmations for Living Beyond Cancer: the healing journey within Living and Laughing with Cancer Living with Cancer : a message of hope Relax : stress relief video Relaxation Procedures in Cancer Treatment

WM 75 A2578 WM 172 L7862 QZ 201 L786 WM 425.5 .R3 R382 WM 171 R382


In our library, all periodicals are located on the slanted display shelves. They are arranged in alphabetical order.


Christiana Care’s Cancer Resource Library’s Web Page on Coping with Cancer National Cancer Institute This is the website for the National Cancer Institute.

Look Good Feel Better Look Good...Feel Better (LGFB) is a free, national public service program created from the concept that if a woman with cancer can be helped to look good, her improved self- esteem will help her approach her disease and treatment with greater confidence. The website gives details about the program.

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