Crazy Sexy Cancer Survivor
Crazy Sexy Cancer Survivor, an uplifting guidebook, begins with my own story—the discovery of inoperable Stage IV cancer in my liver and lungs. Then, we’ll cover four main topics together: diagnosis, mind, body and spirit. You’ll also hear powerful and inspiring stories from my personal posse who are determined (just like me) not to let the idea of surviving cancer overtake our existence.
Included in this cancer survival guide are helpful sections on choosing the right doctor, learning to live in a self-nurturing manner, and fighting cancer with your fork. Crazy Sexy Cancer Survivor with help you approach cancer and other health challenges with a fresh perspective and it’ll fuel your healing journey with fire and rebellion.Buy Now
Crazy Sexy Cancer Survivor Praise
If you have the inspiration, desire and intention to be a survivor, the abundant information in this book will coach you in a way that will make you an empowered star performer and winner in the face of adversity.
[G]ets to the heart of what every cancer patient wants: the chance to live life just like she always did, and maybe better.
Maybe she’s crazy, maybe she’s sexy, but Kris Carr is most certainly a survivor.
Kris's book, Crazy Sexy Cancer Survivor, was my bible as I cared for my mother during her final year. It was the joy and positive message that empowered ME and allowed me to care for me through that journey. The book was a lifesaver again as I cared for my father during his final year... Kris inspired my father and I to write a book about his journey and though he didn't get a chance to see the book, he knew we had pressed send to the publisher. Thank you, Kris, for carrying me through the loss. Joyously and empowered.
A little less than three months ago when my Papillary Thyroid Cancer hadn't budged when confronted with surgery and radiation and was starting to toss around words like "aggressive" and "rare", I became voracious for knowledge and decided to read about the effects of a vegan diet on cancer patients until my eyes were sore. Two weeks ago, I went to MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston to get a second opinion. After an exhausting day of relentless testing, the message, "Keep doing whatever it is you're doing because it's working. Enjoy getting your life back together", were the results... Thank you for being a strong woman. Thank you for telling the world of your life. Thank you for everything.