About the book
Are you suffering from breast cancer and don’t know what the next six months will look like?
Has your sister, friend, daughter, or mother been diagnosed and you don’t know what you can do to help?
Karen Iverson’s Winning the Breast Cancer Battle is a heartfelt, revealing book which offers answers to these questions.
Karen's informative book has been
referred to as
"inspiring" and earned
the 2019 “Difference Maker” award
at the Self-Publishing School’s
Author Advantage Live.
Winning the Breast Cancer Battle will inform and prepare you for what you will go through by:
· Sharing 7 tips sections listing questions to ask doctors, ways family and friends can help, and imparting ideas such as relaxation and clutter clearing techniques and art projects;
· Offering a resource list breast cancer patients can use during and after treatment;
· Presenting information in an easy to read and informative manner.
Implementing the suggestions in this book can provide immediate results in lessening anxiety and preparing for the road no one ever chooses to travel. The breast cancer patient and the loved ones walking beside her will be empowered and guided through writing that touches the heart, depicts realistic options, and offers hope in an otherwise dim circumstance.
Being a breast cancer survivor herself, having suffered mentally after her father died of cancer, and having been trained in writing as well as holding a master’s degree from Columbia University Teachers College, Karen felt inspired to share her story. “I don’t want you to struggle as I have and this book will shed light on how to lessen the suffering patients, family members, and friends will face,” Karen states. Everyone involved will suffer physically and mentally and though breast cancer is said to be “curable” this time of life is tumultuous and not an easy path to follow. The good news is that it can be managed with help.
About the Author
Karen Iverson's love for writing emerged when she was a child, and developed throughout high school and later, at the University of New Hampshire where she earned a Bachelor of Science. She continued her education at Columbia University Teachers College, earning a Master’s Degree in education. After a devastating breast cancer diagnosis at age thirty-nine, and having lost her father to cancer, she felt compelled to share her story, in hopes of providing guidance to the ever increasing number of women with breast cancer and the families and friends who suffer alongside them.
Karen is native to New York but currently resides in Oklahoma where she is a teacher and is studying to become a Counselor. She also is a fine artist, singer, and actress. Karen’s artwork can been viewed via the links below.
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