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My Terminal Life By Julie G Roberts
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This is a practical, sad, yet inspiring book not just for people who are currently living with a terminal disease but for anyone who perhaps has a loved one in this situation or takes life seriously... More > enough to be positive and realistic enough to realise that it won't last for ever. The book is sometimes sad, but most times amusing and incredibly practical. Making a will, planning your funeral, telling your friends is all covered here, not to mention advanced directives and that all important bucket list.< Less
PERCEPTION AND PRACTICE OF NON-TERMINAL METHODS IN KARNATAKA By Dr. A.G. Khan & Dr. Surendra. K
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Without immunization, an average of three out of every hundred children born will die from measles. Another two will die from whooping cough. One more will die from tetanus. And out of every two... More > hundred children, one will be disabled by polio. The four prime health messages in this chapter can help to prevent these tragedies. Children can be protected against these diseases by vaccines. But even when the service is available, many of the infants who need it are not brought for the full course of immunizations.< Less
Healed of Cancer: One Family's Successful Struggle Against a "Terminal" Illness By Jo Lawson
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" He took my hand and placed it over his left upper abdominal area, saying, 'Feel this. I am sure I have cancer in the advanced stages'." Time and again Jo Lawson had witnessed the... More > miraculous intervention of the Holy Spirit in her life, and she knew that she could count on His help in what was to be their most grievous trial. After cancer had left him in the very throes of death, Bill Lawson was restored to full health. Healed of Cancer will convince all who read it that God's miraculous power can be shown in the face of death itself.< Less
Why Me? Why Not Me! A Journey Into the Heart And Mind Of A Teenager With A Terminal Illness By Ashlynn B. Jackson & Shimeka Lott
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Why Me? Why Not Me! The war between the Mind, Body, and Soul of a Teenager with a Terminal Illness.
An Affair Worth Remembering With Huntington's Disease By Debbie Pausig
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Huntington's Disease is a progressive, life stripping, hereditary disease with no cure. This Love Story illustrates how a marriage and a family can live,survive and thrive with an illness. Humor,... More > frustration, and sadness are experienced by the reader. True Love prevails as this disease bruises and batters a family's spirit. Incurable love and intimacy are two "gifts" discovered during this illness. This book speaks to at least four communities,those affected by Huntington's Disease or any chronic, progressive or terminal illness; the spiritual community, those who find strength through faith in the most trying moments; the therapeutic community, those who treat individuals, couples and families affected by illness; and the medical community, those who treat the patient, their caregivers or other family members of the illness.< Less
Starting Over Just to Say Goodbye: An Unconditional Love Story Involving a Terminal Illness By Juan Manuel Flores Jr
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Juan Manuel Flores Jr. had served thirteen years in the Army and was stationed at Fort Stewart, Georgia, when he met Cynthia on Myspace. She was a beautiful woman from his hometown, Corpus Christi,... More > Texas, and like him, she’d suffered through a bad first marriage. Meeting seemed to be God’s way of helping two beautiful people who deserved happiness. The two were married March 21, 2009,Cynthia became sick with the flu in the winter. After being referred to a lung specialist, she was diagnosed with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis. ynthia would need chemotherapy and be forced to resign from her job, and Flores struggled to be a good dad to their kids while being there for his wife. Through it all—up until the end of her life—Cynthia tried to do things herself and kept a positive attitude. Flores celebrates their love and raises awareness about a horrible disease in Starting Over Just to Stay Goodbye.< Less
Starting Over Just to Say Goodbye: An Unconditional Love Story Involving a Terminal Illness By Juan Manuel Flores Jr.
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Juan Manuel Flores Jr. had served thirteen years in the Army and was stationed at Fort Stewart, Georgia, when he met Cynthia on Myspace. She was a beautiful woman from his hometown, Corpus Christi,... More > Texas, and like him, she’d suffered through a bad first marriage. Meeting seemed to be God’s way of helping two beautiful people who deserved happiness. The two were married March 21, 2009, Cynthia became sick with the flu in the winter. After being referred to a lung specialist, she was diagnosed with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis. Cynthia would need chemotherapy and be forced to resign from her job, and Flores struggled to be a good dad to their kids while being there for his wife. Through it all—up until the end of her life—Cynthia tried to do things herself and kept a positive attitude. Flores celebrates their love and raises awareness about a horrible disease in Starting Over Just to Stay Goodbye.< Less
The Witchcraft Delusion in New England: Its Rise, Progress, and Termination, (Vol 1 of 3) By Cotton Mather
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Cotton Mather, FRS (February 12, 1663 – February 13,... More > 1728; A.B. 1678, Harvard College; A.M. 1681, honorary doctorate 1710, University of Glasgow) was a socially and politically influential New England Puritan minister, prolific author, and pamphleteer. Known for his vigorous support for the Salem witch trials, he also left a scientific legacy due to his hybridization experiments and his promotion of inoculation for disease prevention. He was subsequently denied the Presidency of Harvard College which his father, Increase, had held.Mather was born in Boston, Massachusetts Bay Colony, the son of Maria (née Cotton) and Increase Mather, and grandson of both John Cotton and Richard Mather, all also prominent Puritan ministers. Mather was named after his maternal grandfather, John Cotton. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cotton_Mather< Less
Dancing with Lou Gehrig's Disease: The Poetry, Art & Writing of Ilene Kouzel By Nicholas King & Ilene Kouzel
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Dancing With Lou Gehrig's Disease is a collection of signposts where Ilene Kouzel paused to mark her feelings, thoughts and desires alongside a path of confronting physical loss and death. She faced... More > death on her own terms, with courage and anger; with grace and spirituality; with tears and integrity; and above all, with a quick wit and much laughter. Ilene's writings and art reveal how she created an experience of living well while dying from a terminal illness. The writings are an inspiration and a challenge for each of us to learn how to live consciously in the face of our own mortality--and the mortality of those we love. Laugh, and cry, along with Ilene as she shares her innermost thoughts and feelings about her dance with Lou Gehrig's Disease.< Less
Reflections on a Simple Twist of Fate: Literature, Art, and Parkinson’s Disease By Dean Scaros
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What happens when our lives are suddenly disrupted by chronic or terminal illness? Of course, science, family, faith and friends are there to help. But as author Dean Scaros demonstrates in this... More > elegantly written and affecting book all the issues we face as a result of illness have been expressed through human artistic sensibility. We have been seeking meaning and solace —— and have often found it – ever since we painted figures on the walls of our caves. This book considers — through the lens of great literature and art— issues that are important to us as we struggle to come to terms with progressive, debilitating illness: issues such as, personal dignity, courage, fear, hope, love, time, chance, fate and friendship, to name just a few. These issues are not physical or clinical. Rather they concern the ways in which we think and feel about our experience. Reflecting on them affords us an opportunity to better understand our experience and even gain a measure of wisdom from it.< Less

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