100 Questions & Answers About Life After Breast Cancer: Sensuality, Sexuality, Intimacy was written to provide authoritative answers for women and their partners. The authors, Michael Krychman, Susan Kellogg, and Sandra Finestone, are female sexuality and breast cancer physicians. The book offers encouragement and reassurance to those struggling with the physical and emotional repercussions of this disease.
230-page paperback book
Manufacturer: Dr. Michael Krychman
Choose this book if you, a partner, or a friend are rebuilding a sense of sensual self and relationships after breast cancer.
We know that while breast cancer can occur much earlier, it's more common among us midlife women. Two of the authors also have served on the MiddlesexMD medical advisory board, so we know we share an interest in helping women maintain sexuality for life.
An invaluable guide for women and their partners
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"Mindfulness is the miracle by which we master and restore ourselves," Hanh maintains, and this book contains stories and exercises to show how meditation works in everyday life.
160-page paperback book
Choose this book to be introduced to mindfulness meditation to help you overcome stress, depression, or other ways in which your mind is getting in the way.
We find Hanh's writing to be simple, direct, and easy to understand. Many of our friends who've come to meditation on various paths have this book on their shelves.
Joan Vernikos is the retired Director of Life Sciences for NASA, where she studied the stress on astronauts during space launches and under zero gravity. As she studied stress in a scientific context, she also experienced it personally, raising children, pursuing a career, caring for family members, and navigating decisions about retirement. She recognizes, too, that stress can be a positive force: The same chemical reactions can energize us for achieving the unexpected.
A definition of stress provides a foundation of understanding. The book goes on to offer many practical tactics and strategies for diffusing, avoiding, and managing stress. There are breathing techniques you can immediately put into practice, and suggestions for things you might think through now to avoid predictable stress in the future.
Anyone who's feeling stress, or has a growing awareness of the number of changes and challenges we as women face at midlife and beyond.
The MiddlesexMD team met Joan Vernikos when Dr. Barb interviewed her for the podcast, The Fullness of Midlife, on the importance of physical movement throughout our days. When we learned she'd published a new book on stress, we knew we should add it to our shop.