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In All of Us Warriors, Rebecca Whitehead Munn paints a realistic picture of the impact cancer has on an individual’s life, and she attempts to demystify the experience by sharing heartfelt stories from twenty survivors and the loved ones of those that passed. They are mothers and fathers with seven types of cancers and all stages of the disease, as well as advice regarding In All of Us Warriors, Rebecca Whitehead Munn paints a realistic picture of the impact cancer has on an individual’s life, and she attempts to demystify the experience by sharing heartfelt stories from twenty survivors and the loved ones of those that passed. They are mothers and fathers with seven types of cancers and all stages of the disease, as well as advice regarding how to approach someone you love living with cancer and tips and tricks for helping others feel joy in the midst of pain. This inspirational book provides a positive outlook of strength and perseverance through belief in a higher power, reinforcing the idea that the reader is stronger than cancer and not alone, and offering real strategies that cannot be found in online medical sites. Like a conversation with a new best friend (or twenty of them), All of Us Warriors is full of understanding, acceptance, and practical advice gained from personal experience.


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In All of Us Warriors, Rebecca Whitehead Munn paints a realistic picture of the impact cancer has on an individual’s life, and she attempts to demystify the experience by sharing heartfelt stories from twenty survivors and the loved ones of those that passed. They are mothers and fathers with seven types of cancers and all stages of the disease, as well as advice regarding In All of Us Warriors, Rebecca Whitehead Munn paints a realistic picture of the impact cancer has on an individual’s life, and she attempts to demystify the experience by sharing heartfelt stories from twenty survivors and the loved ones of those that passed. They are mothers and fathers with seven types of cancers and all stages of the disease, as well as advice regarding how to approach someone you love living with cancer and tips and tricks for helping others feel joy in the midst of pain. This inspirational book provides a positive outlook of strength and perseverance through belief in a higher power, reinforcing the idea that the reader is stronger than cancer and not alone, and offering real strategies that cannot be found in online medical sites. Like a conversation with a new best friend (or twenty of them), All of Us Warriors is full of understanding, acceptance, and practical advice gained from personal experience.

37 review for All of Us Warriors: Cancer Stories of Survival and Loss

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

    All of Us Warriors is a book about love, courage and the strength to get through Cancer. I am one of the stories and was honored to be a part of something very inspiring and educational. This book will help you understand what it’s like to actually go through the fear, the pain, and the courage to fight this battle. Everybody has a different story but we all share the same outlook, that is, fightIng cancer takes a village of people who will support and love you through a very challenging time in All of Us Warriors is a book about love, courage and the strength to get through Cancer. I am one of the stories and was honored to be a part of something very inspiring and educational. This book will help you understand what it’s like to actually go through the fear, the pain, and the courage to fight this battle. Everybody has a different story but we all share the same outlook, that is, fightIng cancer takes a village of people who will support and love you through a very challenging time in life. There are days when you want to give up but something inside keeps moving you forward. Everyday I would wake up and say the only easy day was yesterday, that gave me the motivation to get through another day. This book will make you understand what it is like to stand next to a loved one who is fighting cancer and how you become their advocate. If there is one book you need to read this year, All of UsWarriors is a must read. I applaud all of the other cancer patients in this book, you all showed so much strength and resilience. My heart goes out to each one of you my fellow warriors. I posted a picture of Sid, he was the one who I believed helped me find my cancer. I hope you enjoy this book as much as I have and that you help the author with her goal of being able to reach a million lives with this book. Thank you Rebecca for making me a part of this wonderful story and I will support you in getting the word out.

  2. 4 out of 5

    melanie

    "All of Us Warriors" gave me helpful and practical insights into a world I did not understand before - the world of cancer. The stories that Rebecca Munn shares in this book helped me understand how cancer is diagnosed and the frightening journey most patients take to diagnosis, treatment and recovery. As I read the stories and realized how much commonality there is among them, I came to see that no one is alone on a cancer journey. This book is helpful for anyone who has cancer, but perhaps eve "All of Us Warriors" gave me helpful and practical insights into a world I did not understand before - the world of cancer. The stories that Rebecca Munn shares in this book helped me understand how cancer is diagnosed and the frightening journey most patients take to diagnosis, treatment and recovery. As I read the stories and realized how much commonality there is among them, I came to see that no one is alone on a cancer journey. This book is helpful for anyone who has cancer, but perhaps even more useful for their family and friends, as it gives helpful tips and advice on how to support a loved one on their journey to recovery. I hope I never need this information, but if I do, thanks to this book I'm better equipped to be sensitive, helpful and caring.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Lydia Wallace

    This story displays a strength in people, family, friendship, community and togetherness, as a whole and it is beautiful to see albeit its heart wrenching and sobering element. This book will bring you hope. This book is very resourceful to patients and families of cancer. A must read for anyone who has been impacted by cancer.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Dana Begley

    This is a must read book for anyone touched by cancer: yourself, a family member or a friend. The stories told from real life experiences and are invaluable in helping navigate the complicated journey through cancer treatment. Thank you Rebecca for capturing these stories!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca Munn

    A practical, realistic view of the highs and lows of living with a cancer diagnosis, through the eyes of 20 different mothers and fathers, 7 different types of cancer and all stages, from five different states in the US, and tips and tricks to help others feel joy in the midst of pain.

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