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The Passion Journey: Bringing Meaning to Suffering, Spiritual Crisis, and Recovery in Cancer

Sealy, Patricia A.

doi: 10.1097/CNJ.0b013e3182512aac
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ABSTRACT Experiencing cancer is a terrifying, life-changing experience. Faced with locally advanced breast cancer, this author discovered the passion journey, walking and journaling with Jesus through the Wilderness and Gethsemane, Good Friday, Easter Saturday, and Easter Sunday.

Faced with locally advanced breast cancer, this author discovered the power of the Passion Journey—walking with Jesus through the Wilderness and Gethsemane, Good Friday, Easter Saturday, and Easter Sunday.

Patricia A. Sealy, PhD, RN, is the Clinical Learning Specialist at the Faculty of Nursing, University of Windsor, Ontario, Canada. She was diagnosed with locally advanced breast cancer in August, 2008. Pat authored A Family's Resurrection From Breast Cancer (2010).

The author has no conflicts of interest.

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