How to Open Communication When Mommy Gets Cancer

Mommy Gets Cancer

Talking with your child about your cancer diagnosis can be difficult. What should you tell them? What do children worry about? Dr. Roochi Arora has released a book, Mommy Gets Cancer that will help open communication with your child about your cancer.

My Review

A sweet book written from the child’s viewpoint in rhyme. She shares her worries about cancer. But showing that Mommy is still there for her, even though she has to get treatments and sometimes feels sick.
Mommy Gets Cancer is an excellent way to talk to your child about your cancer. is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to We want to make you aware, that if you click on the link and purchase an item, we receive an affiliate commission. We recommend products or services that we use personally and/or firmly believe will bless our readers. Thank you!

About the Book, Mommy Gets Cancer

Cancer. Nobody wants to talk about it, yet it’s a reality for many people with young families. What happens when Mommy gets cancer? Will she be taken away from home? Will she feel sick? These questions, and many others that children often have about their loved ones with cancer will be answered.

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Mommy Gets Cancer

About Mandy Farmer

Pastor's Wife (retired) &  Chronic Pain Warrior blogs about how to make it through anything by relating her own life experiences to her writing. She is passionate about her love for the Lord and desires to spread that passion to others. She has a great desire to encourage women who are following behind her.

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