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The joy of living : postponing the afterlife / Barry Eaton, Anne Morjanoff, Matthew Eaton.

By: Eaton, Barry [author.].
Contributor(s): Morjanoff, Anne [author.] | Eaton, Matthew [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Summer Hill, N.S.W. Rockpool Publishing, 2017Description: pages.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781925429480; 1925429482.Subject(s): Eaton, Barry | Cancer -- Patients -- Australia -- Anecdotes | Throat -- Diseases -- Diagnosis | Throat -- Diseases -- Alternative treatment | Life change events | Holistic medicine | Mind and body | Australian
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The Joy of Living is a story that touches the soul and gives us heart-warming, fascinating and deep insights on the hard road from diagnosis to treatment and eventual survival from throat cancer.

Barry Eaton, an Australian-based author and radio presenter, describes the careful preparations he made for his journey, using his experience and understanding of the spirit world to deal with and survive the ordeal. Balancing holistic and spiritual methods with modern medicine, he found the means of coping as well as developing a deeper understanding of his life's purpose. Barry tells his story in his own inimitable style as a broadcaster, sprinkled with amusing anecdotes and recollections.

Dealing with customary fears surrounding cancer, Barry's story unfolds with insights from his partner Anne and son Matthew, as they support him through his emotional roller-coaster journey.

The Joy of Living demonstrates how taking some responsibility for your own healing in a confident and meaningful way can turn a potentially fearful experience into a positive outcome.