- March-April 2016 issue of Coping Magazine, “When Words Heal: Writing Your Cancer Story,” by Sharon Bray (featured in Coping’s online site July, 2016)
- Read Sharon’s bi-monthly column, Write for Wellness., at http://www.cancerkn.com (Cancer Knowledge Network)
- See the article, “Why Life’s Tragedies Will Help You Become a Better Writer (featuring Sharon Bray) http://writers.uclaextension.edu/2014/04/18/why-lifes-tragedies-will-help-you-become-a-better-writer
- Read the article in the Summer 2012 issue of CURE Magazine, “The Write Stuff,” on the benefits of writing for cancer survivors.
- “Cancer Patients Find Healing in Writing”– a KPBS interview with Sharon and members of her Scripps Green Cancer Center writing group: http://www.kpbs.org/news/2008/feb/28/san-diego-cancer-patients-find-healing-in-writing/
- Sharon’s two books, A Healing Journey: Writing together Through Breast Cancer (2004) and When Words Heal: Writing Through Cancer (2006) are out of print, but used copies are available through Amazon. Available from Stanford University Press: Learning to Live Again, (An anthology of cancer survivors’ writing), co-edited by Pat Fobair & Sharon Bray, 2007, is also available through Amazon.
- www.1uponcancer.com (cancer resource site by health writer, Rachel Pappas)
- http://www.artheals.org (the Arts & Healing Network)
- www.asbestos.com (information on cancers caused by asbestos–Mesothelioma Doctors – the most up to date and comprehensive information regarding Mesothelioma on the web –working closely with Carl Jewett and the Veteran’s Assistance Network to provide needed help to veterans.)
- http://www.blogforacure.com/ (online community for cancer survivors)
- http://www.breastinvestigators.com (an informational website and social network where members share their expertise on the prevention, early detection, treatment, survivorship and advocacy of breast cancer.
- www.brendastockdale.com (healing & wellness resources by the author of You Can Beat The Odds)
- www.cancerkn.com, Cancer Knowledge Network, Canada’s largest online cancer resource site.
- www.cancerpoetryproject.com, poetry by those whose lives have been touched by cancer, edited by Karin Miller; an inspirational resource. Now available: Vol. 1 and 2.
- www.cancerteacher.com, pratical wisdom for cancer patients & their loved ones from a cancer survivor.
- http://www.cancertreatment.net.Resources on cancer treatment
- www.caringbridge.org. Online journals for those dealing with cancer and other debilitating
- http://www.creatingbrave.com. A community & e-course hub for healing, growing & thriving through mindful art practices, led by artist Heidi Darr-Hope.
- www.dragonflyangelsociety.com: resource for the“after-treatment” life of a cancer survivor, helping answer the question of “I am done with treatment….so now what?”
- https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Power-of-Memoir-Writing-Your-Healing-Story (Linda Joy Meyers)
- http://www.ffcg.org (Foundation for Caregivers, a philanthropic organization working to improve the quality of life for present and future generations of caregivers and care receivers)
- www.healingicons.org (using art as a way of healing with Heidi Darr-Hope)
- www.healingjourneys.org (provider of the “Cancer as a Turning Point” two day conference, resource newsletter)
- www.journalafterbraininjury.wordpress.com (journaling for people with brain injury and their family caregivers)
- http://lungpedia.com. The LungpediaTM website is s a patient-to-patient resource which contains anecdotal advice and solutions to side effect questions asked by more recently diagnosed lung cancer patients of those who have undergone chemotherapy and / or are being Content is based upon the actual experiences of other lung cancer patients.
- MesotheliomaSymptoms.com. (Online database for all things asbestos related. Primary aim is to raise awareness for Mesothelioma, a deadly cancer caused by asbestos.)
- www.mesotheliomaguide.com (provides excellent and up-to-date support to mesothelioma patients and family members)
- www.writingandhealing.org, an inspired site by Diane Morrow) See Diane’s NEW book, One Year of Writing and Healing (2016), now available on Amazon.com. A thoughtful and inspirational resource for anyone writing out of pain, suffering, or trauma.
- www.pinkpoetry.org (Australian site of poetry by cancer survivors)
- www.PleuralMesothelioma.com: A site for free information, support and to understand, fight and overcome mesoothelioma.
- http://saratbaker.wordpress.com/ (Word Medicine from Georgia writer, Sara Baker)
- http://suediaz.com/the-warriors-wall/ (a site for war veterans by Sue Diaz, award winning journalist)
- www.survivorsreview.org (an online magazine for cancer survivors’ writing)
- www.ultra-sounds.org (website featuring creative submissions of writing, art or video by anyone touched by cancer. For more information and submission guidelines, go the the website.)
- http://www.wellnessandwritingconnections.com/ (resources on writing and health)
To recommend online resources for cancer survivors and individuals living with other debilitating illness or life hardship, please email Sharon at firstname.lastname@example.org with your suggestion.