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"Several years ago, my gravity-challenged, middle-aged boobs started attracting more attention than those belonging to a Hooters waitress. The guys checking me out, unfortunately, all wore white coats...and I ended up as a pledge of the pink ribbon sorority nobody wants to join...Yet somehow, I found humor in unlikely situations, such as when the nurse warned me not to use hairspray. Forgoing the Aquanet? That is so not a problem with a peach fuzz coiffure. Bad hair day? No, more like a bad hair year."
Joanna Chapman stumbled and bumbled through Cancerland on a journey rife with both tears and laughter. In "Divine Secrets of the Ta-Ta Sisterhood," she reveals why you should accept those foil-covered casseroles and when to give out "Stupid Passes" for well-meaning but clueless comments.
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"Joanna Chapman's wise and hilarious Divine Secrets of the Ta-Ta Sisterhood just shot to the top of my list of essential reading for breast cancer patients and the people who love them. It's that rare resource that combines huge heart and meaningful help. The voice is fresh, witty and frank...the pragmatic Secrets are spot-on." - Joni Rodgers, New York Times bestselling author of Bald in the Land of Big Hair
"Joanna Chapman writes, if cancer is a 'gift, it's a tacky and passive-aggressive one.' Her book, on the other hand, is a fantastic gift for anyone confronting this insidious disease: honest, poignant and deeply, darkly funny." - Marc Silver, author of Breast Cancer Husband and co-author of My Parent Has Cancer and It Really Sucks.
"A pitch-perfect blend of humor, hope, and help for those extradited to Cancerland. And for those of us who aren't, Divine Secrets of the Ta-Ta Sisterhood is a unique memoir that reads like a novel...the story of a spunky, flawed, hilarious 45-year-old woman trying to find the normal in a life that is anything but." - Barbara Claypole White, author of The Unfinished Garden
Joanna Chapman stumbled and bumbled through Cancerland on a journey rife with both tears and unexpected laughter. In "Divine Secrets of the Ta-Ta Sisterhood," she reveals why you should accept those foil-covered casseroles and when to give out "Stupid Passes" for well-meaning but clueless comments.
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Book Description Cosmic Casserole Press, 2013. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M098904310X
Book Description Condition: New. New. Seller Inventory # STRM-098904310X