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Team Building For Cancer Patients And Their Families

  My wife is being treated for a serious brain tumor and is undergoing chemotherapy and radiation. She is about four weeks into her rigorous treatment regime now. Several sport psychology techniques have proven to be helpful to her, to me as her caretaker and to her fellow cancer warriors. Notice, that I do not […]

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How To Cope With Cancer With Humor, Sports Psychology And Self-Hypnosis

Jay P. Granat, Ph.D.   My wife began the first part of her beating cancer marathon today with a visit to the blood lab. There are about fifteen phlebotomists and another half dozen support staff in this part of the building. The waiting is not too bad. It is kind of a sad place, however, […]

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How To Cope With A Serious Illness With Humor Sports Psychology And Self-Hypnosis

Jay P. Granat, Ph.D. My wife was recently diagnosed with an inoperable, cancerous brain tumor. This came as a complete shock to myself, to my spouse, to my kids and to ou friends. We were all terrified, worried, frightened and trying to remember to take on thing at a time and remain as positive as […]

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