By Bonnie Byers Crawford and Linda Lazar
A Journal for Young People Facing a Life-Threatening Illness
"As a teenager coping with a life-threatening illness, you probably have many thoughts, feelings, and worries that are difficult to share with your family and friends. Yet keeping them bottled up inside can seem overwhelming at times. We hope you find this journal helpful in expressing your ideas and feelings. The journal is not meant to be used as a substitute for communicating with your friends and family. Rather, it may be a way of helping you to better understand yourself which will allow you to decide what you would like others to know about you. Someday your loved ones may read this. Sure, they may cry but they'll also smile and even laugh as they reflect upon your life. After reading it, they will better understand and appreciate the wonderful and unique person you are."
Paperback, 29 pages.