When life turns an unexpected corner, the quality of life can quickly take on new meaning. That’s what was confronting Noreen after she was twice diagnosed with cancer.
I Don’t Have Cancer When I’m Sleeping: Living and Dying with Cancer explores her journey, along with her husband, and how he copes with the eventual loss of his wife.
Some years earlier, Sorg had helped a male friend walk his journey through cancer
. Later he realized this experience helped prepare d him for the caregiving he would provide his wife during her second and final bout with cancer. More than a coincidence, Sorg would like to think.
With a sense of understanding, love, and devotion, this as-told-by memoir offers the unvarnished truth about living and dying with cancer. After a cancer diagnosis, time holds new meaning, and priorities change as the journey unfolds.
After Noreen’s death, Sorg says, “At first, you feel no hope, just a big hole in your life. The power of a support group of trained, sensitive facilitators cannot be equaled. They shepherded me through my grief and encouraged me to feel my pain, so I could eventually let it go.”
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Born and raised in a small central California farming town, Gary Sorg is no stranger to life’s endearing and challenging moments. He spent twenty years with the Merced County Sheriff’s Department, earning a bachelor’s in criminal justice and a master’s in correctional counseling along the way. Then he went on to a second career for the State of California Department of Justice at the Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training. When not writing, Gary enjoys traveling with his wife, Janie, Bible study with friends, riding his motorcycle, target shooting, and time with family. Gary and Janie live near Sacramento.
Contact Gary at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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