When Joy Huber was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer, she chose to face her cancer diagnosis with a positive attitude, especially while enduring the physical and emotional hardships that come with cancer treatment including surgeries and chemotherapy. She discovered cancer doesn’t have to steal your happiness, and she’ll help you face “Cancer with Joy” as your personal guide! You’ll receive free episodes of Joy’s new online video series delivered right to your inbox three times a week when you sign-up on www.cancerwithjoy.com! These videos, which you can access on-demand anytime, anywhere will answer many of your questions, show you around helpful resources, and provide encouragement and support along the way!
Joy is the author of “Cancer with Joy,” which is now available as a printed book, e-book, and audiobook. In addition to being a published author, Joy is also a songwriter. On the About page of www.cancerwithjoy.com you can hear and see the music video for “Bright Side Effects,” Joy’s co-written song that helps listeners consider how to find the bright side in the midst of a very dark experience.
Now cancer free, Joy delivers a uniquely positive, dynamic message to audiences at hospitals, cancer treatment centers, churches, and more. Audiences have responded enthusiastically to her message and positive personality as you’ll see at www.cancerwithjoy.com. Bring Joy - literally and figuratively - to your group when you book Joy’s “Cancer with Joy” live event at www.cancerwithjoy.com/contact. You can also engage with Joy personally via Google Helpouts!
An energetic woman with a passion for helping others facing cancer, Joy also is a blogger for The Huffington Post. She has been featured in “Coping with Cancer” magazine, and on NBC TV as well as many other places. Remember the old adage “Laughter is the best medicine?” Based on her experience with cancer, Joy is convinced that laughter, along with a mainly positive attitude, is the best medicine indeed. She also knows how difficult it is to find joy in the midst of a fearful experience. Her “Daily Dose of Joy” can help by providing daily reminders and helpful information. "Like" “Cancer with Joy” on Facebook or follow @cancerwithjoy on Twitter for more.