Beth Gardner Releases New Book Titled “One Rowing Stoke at a Time – Surviving Stage 3 Breast Cancer for 20 Years”

December 02 16:38 2021

Returning to everyday life once people are diagnosed with a life-threatening illness is not as straightforward as it may appear. So, what’s next? What is the best way to pick up the pieces of your life and put them back together? Once you’ve been diagnosed with cancer, you can quickly lose hope. It’s a long recovery bridge and countless hours from hospital to home. How do you talk about the many changes you’re going through when unsure how to put them into words? You know that you’re perplexed and feeling out of touch with yourself and others.

The book “One Rowing Stoke at a Time – Surviving Stage 3 Breast Cancer for 20 Years” guides people through this challenging time. Reassuring, practical, and informative, this book offers unique techniques and practices to help you along your recovery journey. It is

It is based on the author’s remarkable cancer surviving the experience. It offers practical guidance on how to beat cancer, including tips on how to deal with psychological side effects and stress. In addition, it described how to connect with yourself, others, and a higher force.

Are you having trouble resuming your everyday life following a cancer diagnosis? If you were diagnosed with cancer successful in beating it, congrats! I am sure that you are waiting for the day when you’d be able to put the ordeal behind you and resume life as you knew it before cancer. Yet, even if that day has arrived, you are still asking yourself, “When will everything return to normal?” You are not alone if you have been hurting emotionally, psychologically, or spiritually due to your cancer treatment.

Here’s the good news: you’ve been given a second chance at life, and you’re not going to waste it. This book is for cancer survivors who are ready to rebuild their lives and reclaim their sense of normalcy.

Pre-Suasion: A Revolutionary Way to Influence and Persuade” is a masterpiece of cancer survival tactics and hope. You will learn about how visualization can be a powerful tool for healing. For example, you may use tennis as the sport, visualizing the tennis balls as cancer and keep hitting them away from your body.

Beth Gardner, an author and two decades cancer survivor, will tell you how to assist yourself to: Finally, feeling normal and hopeful. Get rid of the numbness and enjoy your life. Stop living in dread of being beaten by cancer. Get your copy today and begin your journey to rediscovering and living a regular life once more.

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