A wonderful new book called Impressions
of Happiness published by
the Sunshine Social Welfare Foundation.
The stories and pictures in this book are truly beautiful, they
are stories of transformation and hope.
3F., No.91, Sec. 3, Nanjing E. Rd.,
Jhongshan District, Taipei City 104, Taiwan
1985 Christine's book was published, telling her story.
Until December 1976, Christine Piff's life
centred largely around her husband, Chris, and their three
children, Claire, Matthew and Dominic. Born in Stone,
Staffordshire, she trained as a nursery nurse before her
marriage in 1962, and after her own children had gone to school,
she began to work at a local play school. But with the
discovery that a soreness in her cheek was in fact a malignant
tumour, the pattern of her life changed radically.
For details on how to obtain any of the books
mentioned on this page please click on the link below to contact
Let's Face It
by Laura Greenwald
facial deformities and their quest for acceptance. "The stories in this book are truly
compelling. I believe many people who face similar issues
will find comfort in knowing they are not alone."
Jeffrey A. Fearon, M.D., Director,
the Craniofacial Centre, Dallas
On page 255 of HEROES with a THOUSAND
FACES you can find a contribution by Christine Piff, on behalf
Let's Face It. If you would like to obtain a copy of
this inspirational book contact details as follows:
Cleveland Clinic Press
9500 Euclid Avenue NA32
Cleveland OH 44195
Recipes for mouth
cancer survivors. Includes recipes from Nigella Lawson,
Rick Stein, Anthony Worrall Thompson and Phil Vickery.
information call: 01924 950950 or visit:
Me and my
Face - written for
Let's Face It
by the late
Victoria Henderson who was a member of the
The book is a
light hearted approach to aserious
subject. This book can help us all understand,
and help people with facial disfigurement
share their experiences and hopes, to work towards building the
face life again.
inclusive p/p from
Let's Face It
This wonderful book, written by a Mother, Debbie
Breslow, assisted by her little boy Kenny, explains about his
AVM (arteriovenous malformation) which in Kenny's terms is "A
big red nose".
There are lovely illustrations throughout and the story is
told in a unique, easy to read form.
This book also contains lots of good
information and links to other informative places for help and
support dealing with similar issues. To email for details: firstname.lastname@example.org
this book is a must! Written in the Junior LFI, members own words, with pictures, is what
makes this book so unique...
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