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On the evening of October 14th, 2012, I found out that my aunt has stage 4 cancer. Because my aunt never went to see a doctor, her cancer was discovered extremely late in the game and the prognosis ...

On the evening of October 14th, 2012, I found out that my aunt has stage 4 cancer. Because my aunt never went to see a doctor, her cancer was discovered extremely late in the game and the prognosis was not good. (Here’s another gross understatement: China is a large country.)

These are my sketchnotes from that first week of knowing. @jeannelking

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Week 01: "Two Percent" - Sidelines, or "When Life Gives Your Aunt Cancer, Make Sketchnotes" Week 01: "Two Percent" - Sidelines, or "When Life Gives Your Aunt Cancer, Make Sketchnotes" Presentation Transcript

  • Sidelinesor “When Life Gives Your Aunt Cancer, Make Sketchnotes” Jeannel King Week One: Two Percent October 15 - 20, 2012 #cancer #sketchnotes @jeannelking
  • First, some context.On the evening of October 14th, I found out that my aunt has stage 4 cancer. Because myaunt never went to see a doctor, her cancer was discovered extremely late in the game andthe prognosis was not good. (Here’s another gross understatement: China is a large country.)When I found out, I wanted knowledge on what to expect. Not just for my aunt, but for meas a family member and part of her support team. I immediately started looking for bookson how to help family members deal with something like this. And while I found lots ofbooks documenting personal accounts of cancer survivors’ journeys, I didn’t find much whenit comes to those of us on the sidelines.So that’s why I’m sharing my personal sketchbook journal here with you: to let you know thatyou aren’t crazy, you aren’t selfish, and you aren’t alone. If there’s anything in here that yourelate to in here, I’ll be happy. (And if you’d like to chat, please tweet me at @jeannelking.)Hoping this finds you happy and well,Jeannel
  • Thanks for reading this. If you know someone who might find this helpful, please click “Share” on SlideShare or feel free to send them this link:http://www.jeannelking.com/personal/cancer-sketchnotes-01/ - Jeannel Next: Week Two: “The Tasking Phase”