looks at a woman's journey with breast cancer not as a story
of survival but as an opportunity for the soul to learn. It is about
second chances and getting in touch with your spiritual side.
The co-author of this book, Deb Jerrow, rediscovered her spiritual
self through her sometimes painful and difficult experience. She
now looks at her breast cancer as a gift.
The Scarf could not have been written without Divine
guidance and assistance. It was written to help women realize that
a diagnosis of cancer is not a death sentence but an opportunity
to make positive and necessary changes in the way you live your
The book explains the physical and emotional changes that come with
cancer but also looks at the cancer experience from a light-hearted,
humorous, and down-to-earth point of view. Most importantly, The
Scarf lets women know that they are not alone in their battle
are currently fighting cancer, or have a friend or relative who
is going through this life-altering experience, The Scarf,
will make you smile, give you hope, and help you see that all experiences
in life are actually lessons for our soul.