Sunday, September 19, 2010

Look for My New Ebook... Tips for Parents when a Child has Cancer... need your input

I am working furiously on my Ebook for parents who have a child with cancer. Although the tips I give would be beneficial to parents with a seriously ill child, I have a passion for those kids I have cared for who battle cancer.

Before the final edition, I am opening up the comments to any other suggestions from family or friends who have tips that may benefit a parent going through this trial. I will use those tips and comments to help me finalize the content of the book. I want to offer a free shorter version here at the blog for those who sign up for the mailing list and the longer version with more resources will be available here and on my website stores.

Feel free to suggest future titles for parents who are dealing with these types of issues outside of the normal child raising routine. There are tons of books available on how to raise healthy normal children, but I find that resources can be limited on just what a parent needs when their child is diagnosed with a critical ailment.

I am open to any and all comments and suggestions. I have many years as a nurse watching and caring for children with cancer, sickle cell anemia, arthritis, asthma, cerebral palsy, and other metabolic disorders that change the way a parent imagined their life would be. My goal is to offer what resources and support I can to help them feel confident and fulfilled parenting a child who is ill.

Looking forward to hearing from you. Please leave comments by Sept 30th so I can move forward with this project ASAP. In the mean time, Blessings for a great day.


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Elpidio said...

By not telling children the truth, you are making things worse, not better. Children very often sense that something is wrong, and if you keep denying their illness or the increasing severity of their symptoms, they cannot communicate with you openly about their feelings. If you are not forthright, you will be damaging your relationships with your child.

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