In his book, "Hope Never Dies: How 20 Late-Stage and Terminal Cancer Patients Beat the Odds" Rick Shapiro shines a bright ray of hope into the dark world of cancer through the words of those who have emerged onto the other side alive. He interviewed 20 cancer survivors with both late-stage and terminal diagnoses and compiled their stories to show the world that a cancer diagnosis doesn't have to be a death sentence because these patients beat the odds.
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This morning I read what I think the best book review on divorce, written by Msgr. Charles Pope of the Archdiocese of Washington. The review is titled "The Carnage of Divorce" and reviews Leila Miller's book called Primal Loss: The New Adult Children of Divorce Speak. I am not divorced. I am a man who has a loving wife and three children, but this book review spoke so much to my heart that I want to share it with eMaxHealth raders so that those who have gone through a divorce may try to find ways to restore their families and those who have strong families further strengthen them and never seek divorce, but reconciliation when differences arise.
When you believe your way of doing things is "best," you're damaging your marriage more than you think. Authors and "Trapologists" David M.R. Covey and Stephan M. Mardyks offer crucial advice to help you safeguard your relationship and find some much-needed common ground.