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Glossary of Awkward - Breast Cancer Edition

$19.95

Picture of the front cover of a unique funny book for someone with breast cancer: 'Glossary of Awkward Unique: a lexicon of some of the  uncomfortable moments of life with cancer.' Written by Corinne Gray, Brendan McDonald, with cancer illustrations by Simon Kneebone. The cover is pink, with the mark - 'Pinktober Edition' - printed on the top.
Picture of the front cover of a unique funny book for someone with breast cancer: 'Glossary of Awkward Unique: a lexicon of some of the  uncomfortable moments of life with cancer.' Written by Corinne Gray, Brendan McDonald, with cancer illustrations by Simon Kneebone. The cover is pink, with the mark - 'Pinktober Edition' - printed on the top. "Hippie-cratic" cartoon from the Pinkotber edition of the Glossary of Awkward, the funny book for someone with breast cancer. The sketch is of a person doing yoga, asking a woman with cancer, "have you tried yoga." The woman responds by saying, "that's random." The cartoon illustrates a new definition for a cancer emotion: "Hippie-cratic," which is an adjective of the school of medicine that, based on internet articles and blogs, advises that yoga - and turmeric - can cure cancer. Cancer-shame" cartoon from the Pinkotber edition of the Glossary of Awkward, the funny book for someone with breast cancer. The sketch is of a person with a big "C," in the middle of their body. A person, who is out of view, says "Now look what you've done."  The cartoon illustrates a new definition for a cancer emotion: "Cancer-shame," which is an adjective of the school of medicine that, based on internet articles and blogs, blames the person with cancer for having cancer. Cartoon from the Pinkotber edition of the Glossary of Awkward, the funny book for someone with breast cancer. The sketch is of a person off-screen, telling a woman with cancer who is leaning over a wrapped present marked with a "C" "it's a gift." The woman responds by saying, "you take it  ..."  The cartoon illustrates a new definition for a cancer emotion: Deepak Choke-hold.

Glossary of Awkward - The perfect funny book for someone with breast cancer

The #Pinktober edition of Glossary of Awkward is a unique funny cancer book for a special someone whose life is affected by breast cancer.

Glossary of Awkward is the hilariously funny illustrated guide filled with amusing cancer cartoons you wish you had to survive the “I have cancer” conversation - whether with friends, partners, colleagues, or even your (hard-to-empathize) doctor.

The Glossary of Awkward makes the perfect gift for someone with breast cancer and for those they care about.

Our special #Pinktober edition comes in a slightly bigger size and has family safe language.

  • 7.5 x 7.5 inches 

  • Paperback

  • Glossy finish

  • 131 pages

What readers are saying about Glossary of Awkward on Amazon

“The Glossary of Awkward is a must-have for family and friends of anyone who has cancer. It offers an honest and refreshing take on what are traditionally uncomfortable conversations and gives you the tools to actually help the people you love who are struggling without minimizing their feelings or experience in any way, shape or form.”

— Jenni

“I bought it for a friend whose mother has cancer. It’s a little bit of cheer wrapped up in a whole lot of compassion.”

— Janissa

“So helpful to most, to me, to anyone who is experiencing the “How can my words deliver as much comfort that I want them to have...”

— Alice T.

“As a friend, family member, or care-taker of someone with cancer, you don’t always know what to say. This book opens you up to their perspective and helps you understand how statements can have a negative impact, even if not intended. Fun and easy to ready, it’s mostly a guide to help you steer in a difficult time.”

— Doris

 


Shop now to give back! 15% of your purchase goes to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

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