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TIE ONE ON by Pamela Phillips

TIE ONE ON

A Head-Scarf Tying Guide for Chemotherapy Patients

by Pamela Phillips

Pages: 60

Dimensions: 8.5 x 8.5

Category
  • RELIGION - Inspirational
  • HEALTH & FITNESS - Diseases - Cancer
  • BODY, MIND & SPIRIT - Inspiration & Personal Growth

Type : Paperback

ISBN : 9781613794920

Price : $29.99





Type : Hardcover

ISBN : 9781613794937

Price : $40.99



Tie One On Received 3rd Place Grand Prize in the 2011 Christian Choice Book Awards for Independent Published Authors!
TIE ONE ON, A Head-Scarf Tying Guide For Chemotherapy Patients features sixty beautiful full-color photographs with proven easy-to-follow head-scarf tying instructions. Step by step, this unique book guides the reader in creating stylish head coverings. Here is an attractive and comfortable alternative to wearing hot, itchy wigs, thanks to this wonderfully inspirational and encouraging book.
 
If you are experiencing hair loss, you will find TIE ONE ON uplifting as it helps you regain your self esteem. If you want a special gift for someone who is on this devastating journey, wrap this exceptional book in a beautiful scarf and she will be grateful to you for presenting it to her.
 
 
 
“Pam, God has gifted you to help so many women that need encouragement while battling cancer.”
 
Joyce Peschke Lentz
 
“This book is a gift for women who would like to look their best during chemotherapy without having to wear a wig.”
 
Diane Rader O’Connor
7-year ovarian cancer survivor
President, Ovarian Cancer Alliance of Oregon and Southwest Washington
 
“Pamela, congratulations on TIE ONE ON. It is a fabulous book that is much more than just a book about how to tie scarves. You really want to help each woman find her strength by giving her insights in how to control how she is perceived ~ even if she doesn’t feel in control of her destiny. Your proactive approach has been inspiring. You continually provide strength and hope for each woman who understands what it means to lose her hair as part of her journey through cancer.”
 
Lisa McCluskey, MD
Gynecological Oncologist
Northwest Cancer Specialists
Portland, Oregon

Author Photo


A retired Flight Attendant, Pamela had just started writing her award-winning blog, Portland Firefly, a few months before her March 2009 diagnosis of Primary Peritoneal Carcinoma, a rare type of aggressive ovarian cancer.   She was the keynote speaker for the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life Survivors Luncheon and is a Teal Ambassador for the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition. A featured speaker on the panel of Survivors Teaching Students through the Ovarian Cancer Alliance of Oregon and Southwestern Washington, she makes it a priority to attend the Ovarian Cancer National Alliance Conference annually in Washington DC.
 
“After a year of chemotherapy and 16 months of wearing headscarves, I have learned many ways to cover my head.  Hopefully, this instructional book will be a help to those of us who have chemotherapy and its unwanted side effects as an ongoing part of our lives.  It is my wish that TIE ONE ON will give you confidence in creating a beautiful way to wear your chemotherapy side effects with flair, grace and confidence.”
 
A portion of the proceeds from TIE ONE ON goes to support ovarian cancer awareness, education, advocacy and research.

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