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    Red Dwyer’s Killing us Softly is a monumental book of heartfelt and practical advice for getting through and surviving the onslaught of cancer and death of a spouse.
    With the use of real time journal entries and blog posts, the author reaches out to readers in a unique way to guide them through all the emotions, responsibilities, and processes of being the caretaker of a marriage partner.
    Self-care and the care of the children are her primary focus, as she becomes the sole head of household and cup of love for her dying spouse and surviving family of nine children, three of whom are autistic.
    The book is supremely well-balanced in a way that has never been offered to the public before. The journal entries and blog posts draw us into her intimate life as she grieves privately yet exhibits her strength throughout and beyond the dying process. The focus is on helping the reader maneuver through the seemingly herculean feats of love and physical care which are assigned to the surviving spouse once the diagnosis of cancer is definite.
    From discussion on diagnosis and decisions to be made, through treatment and endgame, Red Dwyer holds our hand and shares with us her advice for not only surviving but also claiming our lives as we traverse this difficult and often hidden journey. She discusses the role of spirituality in the lives of the caretaking spouses, and the details of cancer treatment as a partner in the comfort of her loved one.
    Almost all of us are faced with treatment options at end of life, and many of us don’t face them until we are feeble and sick and not entirely in a place to make those decisions. While cancer has specific decisions to be made, Dwyer discusses the choices we all make when faced with extended treatment of a terminal illness or allowing nature to take its course.
    From diagnosis to hospice care, endgame and beyond, this author will be ultimately helpful to millions, who before this point have persevered and survived in silence.

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If you see someone you would recommend, give their link a thumbs up and reply to their post with profuse, albeit sincere, praise.

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  1. Hello Red!

    As requested, here is the link to my blog:
    FigureVII: Radicle

    My site just contains my thoughts. Sometimes I write nice, friendly things… but they usually tend to be of the darker variety. My posts primarily consist of poetry, fiction short stories, philosophy, and photography. I can’t help but create… And hopefully, maybe, occasionally, I entertain. Thank you for providing this flash opportunity. I appreciate a good challenge :)
    hmv recently posted..The Cursed Hearse – Chapter 2My Profile

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  2. Well, a little late in the game to start at the beginning, but that’s just how I roll… never know when I might pop up, or when or why!!!
    attached is link to my latest blogpost…
    I usually try to maintain the repetitive pattern of posting fractals again and again (mostly different fractals)! I am a very fractal person!
    And I am the author of Fractal Dreams!

    :)
    BuddhaKat recently posted..For a Few Fractals…My Profile

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  3. Here is the link to my blog as requested. Thanks!
    Mark recently posted..Median Lethal DoseMy Profile

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  4. Hi, came over from Tess/Teresa’s blog, Lets Cut the Crap!. She’s a frequent commenter on my site, and I visit her site and that’s how I’ve found out about your blog.

    My site is where I post my microfiction, flash fiction, micropoetry, short stories, poetry, and general fiction. I like flash fiction and’ve found myself writing a lot of it lately, particularly in 33 words.

    I really want to be published for real one day, and have my book in a bookstore and in the library.

    http://www.scriptorwrites.wordpress.com/
    Scriptor Obscura recently posted..SonMy Profile

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  5. Hi Red,
    You told me to drop a link in the green room. So here it is. Thanks again.
    Liquid Poet recently posted..Twisted Mix Tape TuesdayMy Profile

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  6. My blog address has changed. It is now http://gailthorntonsworld.com

    Muah!
    Gail Thornton recently posted..Flash Fiction – AroundMy Profile

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  7. Hello,
    My name is Tom Nardone. I live in South Carolina. I was going to learn webdesign, but in preparing my test site I learned it was more fun to write then to better myself learning a new skill. A few people told me I was a good writer so I said to Hell with web design.

    I am ADHD and my main motivation for writing is the attention, praise, and accolades I receive from my followers. It is very important to me to see how many people think I am awesome, so it is the first thing I check each day when I come home from work. I have two websites because I figured it would be twice the accolades. If given the choice to be rich or famous, I would choose famous.

    http://tomnardone.net
    http://adhdpeople.net

    Thanks
    @iamtomnardone recently posted..Cooking with Yvonne NardoneMy Profile

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  8. Seeing as I have changed my Space a few times I figured it was time that I re-added my location, and as I have decided to open iy up a little everyone is welcome, well ALL apart from those ghoulish Spam Bots of course :) :)

    Let the show begin…

    http://andro54.wordpress.com/

    Call in whenever you are in the neighbourhood but whatch out for the Zombies finger :) lmao

    Andro
    Gray Dawster recently posted..Flesh of the UndeadMy Profile

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