9/27/22

For National Hereditary Cancer Week and National Previvor Day 2022

National Hereditary Cancer Week 2022 is

September 25 – October 1, & National Previvor Day is September 28

National Hereditary Cancer Week and National Previvor Day Graphic

 My daughter is a previvor. My wife should be one.

My latest blogs at Cure Today:

Finding the Courage to Look at Family Cancer History
 
 

Learn more about hereditary cancer here: 

 

8/25/22

Creating a Cancer-fighting Superhero

Cancer is incredibly evil and I expand on that in my latest blog on Cure Today. I also demonstrate how cancer patients and/or cancer caregivers can take a creative, hopefully therapeutic, break and draw their own cancer-fighting superhero. 

https://www.curetoday.com/view/create-a-cancer-fighting-superhero

8/12/22

Cancer, Bears and Fierce Compassion (and drawing)

In my latest blog post on Cure Today, I share a short story titled Cancer, Bears, and Fierce Compassion. It includes another easy drawing lesson for cancer patients and/or caregivers.

 

6/22/22

The Colors of Love and Loss

The Colors of Love and Loss


A book I helped to create with Dr. Joanne Cacciatore is now available. It is a FREE resource for grieving children and you can download it here: https://www.missfoundation.org/the-colors-of-love-and-loss-by-dr-joanne-cacciatore/

Dr. Joanne Cacciatore is also the author of Bearing the Unbearable* and is a globally-recognized expert in traumatic grief and a gift to humanity. Please learn more about her loving and devoted work with the bereaved by visiting her Facebook page or the MISS Foundation Facebook page.

I do have to admit there was a lot of heartache associated with working on this book on so many levels, not the least of which is grieving the loss of my wife to hereditary cancer. But I hope the tears shed while illustrating it will help children facing the unbearable loss of a sibling.
 

Disponible también en español.


*The first book I read after the death of my beloved wife and I highly recommend it to the grief stricken (and the grief-adjacent as well.) More information about Bearing the Unbearable is available on Dr. Cacciatore's Miss Foundation website. Or you can buy it on Amazon.