Grief is a family matter.
October is Cancer Awareness month and I want this special addition of The Networking Diva Hour to reflect on that.
Today, having a loved one live with a terminal diagnosis for an extended period of time is fast replacing sudden and unexpected death as the norm. Consider, for example, that two thirds of those who are diagnosed with cancer currently have a five-year survival rate. The result of all of this is that death has become less and less a sudden and unexpected event. Those seemed to fall short of the addressing the entire spiritual journey we as Christians might be walking through when our loved one becomes so ill.
My guest this week is Stephanie Curry, Author of Breaking the Chains of Cancer:
Prayerfully this book aids the reader in becoming hopeful again, peaceful, and helps them find the strength to stand upon the promises of God. Stephanie also will discuss:
Different Ways to Support Your Loved Ones
Chemo Gift Baskets (Christmas is approaching).
Spiritual and Inspirational Support
Young Survivor Support ( Childcare, School Support)