Each day, millions of people face traumatic change, when everything familiar feels challenged. What if they began writing about the experience? What if they took better control by communicating more effectively and expressing their feelings? What if their struggle becomes a source of inspiration?

Twenty years of research indicates that expressive writing—dealing with one’s deepest thoughts and feelings—may contribute to improved physical and emotional health.

Write for Life: Communicating Your Way Through Cancer (US$9.99), is an interactive workbook for patients, caregivers, and survivors as well as for doctors, nurses and medical support staff. Everyone can benefit!

At 120 pages, it is an ideal size to carry anywhere and the lessons inside are presented in small, easy-­to-­read doses.

David Tabatsky, co-­author of THE CANCER BOOK: 101 STORIES OF COURAGE, SUPPORT AND LOVE (Chicken Soup for the Soul Publishing), teaches writing workshops at cancer centers throughout the United States, including MD Anderson Center in Houston, Lombardi Center in Washington, D.C., Duke Cancer Institute, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center at Harvard University and University of California Medical Center in San Francisco.

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Write for Life:

Communicating Your Way Through Cancer