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by David Bearison (Author). Although this book is mainly about pediatric cancer patients,it helps us to get insight of what children with severe chronicillness and what their parients and friends are thinking andstruggling with.

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Children Talk about Cancer. In these pages the children express their wildest hopes and worst fears about cancer.

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Children Talk about Cancer David J. Bearison. Harvard University Press Cambridge, Massachusetts. Printed in the United States of America 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1. London, England 1991. This book is printed on acid-free paper, and its binding materials have been chosen for strength and durability. Bearison, David J. "They never want to tell you" : children talk about cancer /. David J. p. cm. ISBN 0-674-88370-5.

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Are you sure you want to remove "They never want to tell you" from your list? "They never want to tell you". Includes bibliographical references (p. -194).

They Never Want to Tell You: Children Talk About Cancer. Pediatric cancer patients and their parents often attribute causes for cancer despite the fact that attending physicians tell them the cause is unknown. Production deficiency in children's moral judgments. The kinds of causal attributions that patient. More). 1. View via Publisher.

DAVID J. BEARISON is Professor of Psychology in the Doctoral Programs in Developmental Psychology, Educational . BEARISON is Professor of Psychology in the Doctoral Programs in Developmental Psychology, Educational Psychology, and Health Psychology at the Graduate School and University Center of the City University of New York, and Adjunct Professor of Pediatrics at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine. BRUCE DORVAL is Visiting Scholar in Developmental Psychology at the Graduate School and University Center of the City of New York. He is in private practice in Manhattan.

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They never want to tell you Children talk about cancer Biting off the bracelet: A study of children in hospitals Philadelphia: Uni-versity of Pennsylvania Press The influence of occupational .

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They Never Want to Tell You transcends the negative metaphors and clichés of life-threatening disease, to give voice to the culture of cancer and to the behavior and attitudes of those who function within that culture-as patients, medical professionals, family, and friends.

In these extraordinary narratives, children coping with cancer reveal their most personal experiences, and they speak with a candor that breaks through the cultural taboos ostensibly designed to protect us from the disease. The rich, compassionate, and honest words of these children give expression to concerns that adults who are struggling with cancer find nearly impossible to articulate. Free of social conventions and cognitive distortions, each story presents a powerful variation on the theme of survival in the face of the continuing uncertainties of life-threatening disease.

Bearison, a developmental psychologist and psychotherapist, is keenly aware of the psychological impact of cancer on children, particularly as survival times for childhood cancers lengthen and complex treatments intensify concern about the emotional-not merely physical-well-being of children. Bearison has culled from scores of interviews the most salient moments that represent these individual children in their shared struggle with disease. In these pages the children express their wildest hopes and worst fears about cancer. They speak of the absolute necessity of full disclosure, the problems of relating to friends and family, the difficult adjustment to hair loss, their feelings of punishment, grief, and spirituality, and many other issues. In the course of these stories the children reveal not only their will to survive and their extraordinary capacity to understand themselves and their condition, but their altruistic desire to share that understanding with other children as well as with adults who have cancer. "They Never Want to Tell You" is rich and rewarding reading for cancer patients, their families, and health-care professionals alike.

They Never Want to Tell You: Children Talk About Cancer epub download

ISBN13: 978-0674883703

ISBN: 0674883705

Author: David Bearison

Category: Other

Subcategory: Medicine & Health Sciences

Language: English

Publisher: Harvard University Press; 1 edition (February 1, 1991)

Pages: 208 pages

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Although this book is mainly about pediatric cancer patients,it helps us to get insight of what children with severe chronicillness and what their parients and friends are thinking andstruggling with. No matter what you are, doctors, nurses, or...,patients or parients, or just someone who cares, this book will help.
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Although this book is mainly about pediatric cancer patients,it helps us to get insight of what children with severe chronicillness and what their parients and friends are thinking andstruggling with. No matter what you are, doctors, nurses, or...,patients or parients, or just someone who cares, this book will help.