Navigating cancer can be difficult not only at the time of diagnosis, but also while processing the trauma. The grief and sadness can feel overwhelming. The isolation can keep you stuck. The emotions can get packed away.
My guest, David Richman, author, athlete and philanthropist, found himself in a life transformation at the same time his sister was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer. While she was in the last few weeks of her battle, he made a promise to her and decided to learn more by becoming more involved at a deeper level. The lack of emotion he witnessed in the world of cancer puzzled him. This led him to start a project. One that would change the lives of so many.
From this incredible adventure, he wrote his book “Cycle of Lives: 15 People’s Stories, 5,000 Miles, and a Journey Through the Emotional Chaos of Cancer”
To find out more about David and his book “Cycle of Lives”, www.cycleoflives.org
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