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Sunday, August 26, 2012

How One Husband and Wife are Coping with Her Breast Cancer, Cover to Cover


8 Elul, 5772

The Jewish year is rapidly ending (Jews begin to celebrate Rosh HaShana/Jewish New Year on the evening of Sunday September 16 2012. The lunar date will be 29 Elul/1 Tishrei 5773).

One of the hardest things in life is to face celebratory events with optimism when you're also facing fear, pain, questions without human answers, and uncertainty. Here's what one husband and wife are doing about her breast cancer diagnosis:

Reuven Kossover I will be starting a new thread - Adina's Cancer Journal - to tell you what we are going through - but, more importantly, to help you if we can. My first message, though, is this. I strongly recommend getting hold of Yocheved Golani's book, "It's My Crisis and I'll Cry If I Want To". Having seen many many "self-help" books over 40 years or so, this is not just another one. It is a workbook for the person facing a life-threatening or severe crisis, that invites the reader to develop his own iron-clad wall of positivity in the face of what can be hell on earth.

There's more to the story!

  • It's time for me to actually write that Cancer Journal I said I would write. I'll tell you this, though. Adina loves your book - and has picked out a mantra to live by.

Mr. Kossover has chosen to prepare a blogpost for us. Stand by for news and see if you can guess which mantra Mrs. Kossover chose from the EMPOWER Yourself book!

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