EV­ERY JOUR­NEY NEEDS A ROAD MAP

C.A.R.E. - - Every Journey Needs A Road Map -

KISS THE GIRLS AND SAY GOOD­BYE was writ­ten to pro­vide a guide for peo­ple nav­i­gat­ing can­cer treat­ment and its af­ter­math. It is not only for the pa­tients and their part­ners, but for the fam­i­lies and friends who are all a part of this process; who want to knowwhat to ex­pect, what is help­ful and what is not help­ful while sup­port­ing one an­other through this dev­as­tat­ing ex­pe­ri­ence.

• Key­note speak­ers 2014 Su­san B. Komen “Lunch for the Cure”

• Avail­able for speak­ing en­gage­ments, work­shops and re­treats

• Kiss the Girls and Say Good­bye avail­able on Ama­zon

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AMA­ZON RE­VIEWS FROM READ­ERS:

“Fear­less, painfully hon­est, gut-wrench­ing writ­ing and yet laced with bound­less hu­mor and sharp in­tel­li­gence. An in­valu­able doc­u­ment for any cou­ple faced with th­ese daunt­ing cir­cum­stances.” – PT

“This is a must read for any cou­ples who are faced with this shock­ing news.”– MW

“I found my­self tak­ing the book with me from one room to an­other as I lit­er­ally could not put it down.” – BE

“Sim­ply said, I couldn’t put it down. Pain, de­spair, laugh­ter, love, ap­pre­ci­a­tion. It’s all there and so­much­more.” – CC

“Jesse and MacKenzie Allen have cre­ated a raw, re­veal­ing por­trait of how they faced and lived through Jesse’s breast can­cer di­ag­no­sis and treat­ment. The book is real, heart-rend­ing, and funny and will help newly di­ag­nosed and their care­givers im­mea­sur­ably in their fight against can­cer.” – Jac­que­lyn Ostrom, Ex­ec­u­tive Direc­tor, Carol Mil­gard Breast Can­cer

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