How Kamali Care Can Help
Let’s Work Together
You may never know how or why you got breast cancer---it could be a mix of environmental chemicals and pollutants, overhead electric wires, genetics, and lifestyle factors.
You think, perhaps it's simply bad karma? Or a way to learn a spiritual lesson?
But the bottom line is: It happened. And now you you need to deal with it.
A Bridge to Wellness
Let's cut through the glut of Internet Information
Kamali Care helps you cut through the glut of information on the Internet, so you are not derailed or overwhelmed. It helps you get up to speed with cancer jargon so you feel more comfortable discussing treatment choices and being your own advocate. Representing more than 100 (!) years of the survivorship journey of 4 sisters, Kamali Care is chock-full of practical tips, personal anecdotes, and reliable information.
You could also see Kamali Care as a Bridge to Wellness, working in tandem with your oncology team. But above all, it is about hope—that intangible ingredient that Emily Dickinson’s poem reminds us of:
“That little thing with feathers
That perches in the soul
And sings the tune without the words
And never stops at all.”
Practical and personal
Close to 95 Healing Tips can help you prepare emotionally for your treatment, and perhaps take your anxiety down a notch or two.
Five booklets with practical tips, personal anecdotes, and reliable information
Connecting to Others helps you set up your support system and find the right coping resources
Unwinding introduces meditation, guided imagery, and, among other things, ways in which game shows and laughter can help
Eating for Resilience provides lists of foods that nourish, foods to avoid, and ways for friends to help
Keeping it Physical presents various activities such as a walking regimen, the benefits of yoga and tai chi, plus ways to cope when energy is limited
Wellness Matters reviews complementary alternative medicine and what worked for my sisters and me
Please do keep checking back with us as we add more information to Kamali Care. Believe, as we did, in beating the odds. Go well, be well!