My son was in college and my daughter was a college graduate when I was diagnosed but my husband and I were still worried about the effect my disease would have on them. That is the reason why when I started reading the book I decided to start in the back of the book and read Appendix C - The Parent's Guide first. As I read the section I thought to myself - yup that is what I would do or I've heard other survivors say that is how they told their teen. Great advice for parents. Then it was time to get into the meat of the book. My favorite chapters were Cancer 101 , Parentification, Dealing with Stress, Facing a Dire Prognosis and The New Normal: Life After Cancer. The book is filled with advice and stories from teens to teens. And for those who are looking for some advice from professionals ( social workers/ therapists/ teachers) you will find helpful tips nestled into each chapter. I highly recommend this book for parents and teens and I hope you enjoy this guest post by Marc and Maya Silver.