I’ve often heard and read men talk about struggling, feeling overwhelmed when they find out their wife has cancer. I remember the feeling of being overwhelmed and powerless when my wife, Mary was diagnosed with breast cancer. It makes a husband feel out of control. I wanted to do something I could control. For me, that was research.
In my book Still Have Faith, A Husband’s Story About a 21-Year War with Breast Cancer, I share some of the statistics I found when researching. If you haven’t yet read my book, click here to purchase the Kindle version via Amazon, or click here to purchase the paperback book.
After Mary died I gained some insights in retrospect, which I share in my new Kindle book, How to Cope, Manage the Household, and Make Love When Your Wife Has Cancer, currently offered for $2.99. In this Kindle book, I offer practical suggestions for everyday situations that you don’t think of when you’re going through it all.
The content of this Kindle book was written for the husband-caregiver, but the wife with cancer will also benefit from reading it, as will the close friends and family members.
PLEASE NOTE: This Kindle book is not appropriate for children since I talk about sex acts with some clinical specifics as they relate to the medical conditions. Sensitive adult readers may want to skim or skip the chapter on Sex and Affection When Your Wife Has Cancer.
Buy my books via these links:
Still Have Faith, A Husband’s Story About a 21-Year War with Breast Cancer
How to Cope, Manage the Household, and Make Love When Your Wife Has Cancer
I sincerely hope you find that my books provide some helpful actionable information that will make the situation a little less stressful for the couple with cancer. — Mike