Sherman Oaks, California (PressExposure) December 19, 2007 -- "I wanted this book to tell breast cancer survivor readers that they are not alone in their battle and that the fear of intimacy after breast cancer is real," says Lea Yekutiel, author of Making the Breast of It: Overcoming Fear of Intimacy After Mastectomy. "And I wanted to make it clear that the fear can be conquered by recognizing that the physical body is only one aspect of life. To give the reader tools and exercises that they can do easily and effortlessly that will lead them to a healthy, loving relationship after breast cancer or mastectomy."
Author Bio: Lea turned her life around 180 degrees by changing her belief system and her attitude. This effort has involved 20 years of studying metaphysics and spirituality to learn what she now practices and teaches every day. Through her inspirational speaking and writing, Lea hopes to help enlighten her audiences and readers to ways of promoting their own health and healing.
In her book, Lea shares her story and gently guides the reader through her five points of how to reclaim femininity and overcome the challenge and common fear every woman who experienced breast cancer or mastectomy.
These are the five messages that the author conveys in her book: - How to connect with the spiritual aspect of your life. - How to realize that you are not your breast. - How to accept your new image and love it. - How to feel like a whole woman again. - And recognize that sexuality exudes from inside out and not from outside in.
Lea considers her mastectomy experience to be a gift from God. Today, she helps cancer survivors on their journey towards recovery, peace and happiness.
A true moving story, a story of inspiration, hope, empowerment, encouragement, and never ever giving up--a story of how to honor yourself and grow spiritually. Most of all, it is a story of how you, too, can accept yourself completely and enjoy feeling like a whole woman again.
Making the Breast of It offers insight into the psyche of women who live with breast cancer or with one breast or none. It offers tools how to overcome the fear of intimacy, while educating the man in their life as well.