It’s Almost Here! A Simple Guide to Creating Your Best Life After Cancer

I’ve been busily working on my first eBook to be published on Kindle Direct Publishing. It’s been a great learning experience writing this book, which was inspired by my first free download, “The WhereWeGoNow Manifesto – 20 Intentions for Your Inspired Survivorship.”  (If you don’t have your free copy yet, get on my mailing list here.)

I always say that “simple doesn’t mean easy.” We all know it’s not easy to thrive after cancer and this book doesn’t offer any magic potions. What it does offer are simple ways to rebuild your life after cancer. Most importantly, it also offers you the support of someone who has been where you are, knows what it feels like, and can assure you that you can thrive after cancer.

I’m launching You Can Thrive After Treatment in September and, if you don’t have a Kindle, no worries. It’s easy to set up a reader on your laptop. Special free offer offered below, so keep reading:

Excerpt from “You Can Thrive After Treatment”


“A positive attitude is not going to save you. What it’s going to do is, every day, between now and the day you die, whether that’s a short time from now or a long time from now, that every day, you’re going to actually live.” Elizabeth Edwards

Congratulations! You made it to life after cancer! Testing, getting a diagnosis, radiation, chemotherapy, surgeries, recuperation – it’s all behind you. You should be ecstatic, but something is not quite right.

Instead of pure joy and relief, you’re bone tired, lost, lonely, stressed, afraid, abandoned and confused. Your support network is unraveling. You don’t see your health professionals on a weekly basis anymore. Your family and friends are desperate to put cancer behind them. You’d love to do that too, but you’re only just beginning to understand the emotional fall-out of living with cancer.

The hard truth is that surviving isn’t easy. After I was diagnosed with breast cancer and had a mastectomy, I met with a therapist to work through the emotional issues of my survival. I remember an especially painful session in which I confessed that “living is hard too.”

That period was one of the most difficult of my life. It took time, but I hung in there, did the work and slowly discovered 20 secrets to creating inspired healing, wellness and live out loud joy beyond cancer. (Yes, I said 20. This eBook is Part I of You Can Thrive After Treatment. You’ll find 10 more secrets to creating inspired healing, wellness and live out loud joy beyond cancer in Part II of You Can Thrive After Treatment.)

I suggest you use this book like guide or workbook. Start by reading it through, taking your time – the last thing I want is for you to feel overwhelmed. After you finish the book, go back and focus on the secret or secrets that speak to you. If you’re up for making changes, begin with a few that come easily and build up your confidence from there.

Let’s start off with a bonus secret: Having a positive attitude doesn’t require over-the-top, Pollyanna optimism. What it requires is basking in the glimmer of hope offered by my 20 secrets. I know You Can Thrive After Treatmentbecause I’m doing it. Now I want to help you get there too. Let’s get started creating your survivorship of inspired healing, wellness and joy now.

Remember, “You Can Thrive After Treatment” is launching in September on Kindle Direct Publishing. As a special “thank you” to my readers, I’m offering it for FREE the first five days of the launch! If you’re already on my mailing list, you’ll be the first to know the details. If you’re not, get on the list now:

Survival > Existence,





Pam's picture

How nice!

How nice of you to offer it free for the first 5 days. You’re the best Debbie and I’m so glad I found your blog.
Debbie's picture

Thank You So Much!


I’m so glad you’re here! If you haven’t done so already, make sure to join my mailing list so you don’t miss getting my book for free during the first five days of its launch.

Survival > Existence,



marie's picture

Such exciting news!

Debbie, I am so excited for you 🙂


Debbie's picture

Thank You, Marie

Thanks so much, Marie. You’ll be the first to know when the book is launched!


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