This is your essential what-to-say, what-to-do when your friend has cancer guide! 100 Acts of Love offers you 100 easy ways to support your friend with cancer as well as tips on what to say and not to say. It's the life guide you're missing!  

Whether you read it cover to cover or open it to a random page, Kim shows you how to put love into action.

                   Dr. Neil Clark Warren, Founder, eHarmony

What people are saying about the book...

This book is exactly what our staff, supporters, and people with breast cancer need! That is why I bought 50 books!

                                            ---  Lisa Wolter, Executive Director Susan B. Komen Foundation, Orange County 


You are opening the hearts of others so that they may live their lives more fully connected to themselves and their loved ones.

                                            ---  Claire, Los Angeles


I just finished reading 100 Acts of Love from cover to cover.  What a down-to-earth, inspiring, practical guide to supporting someone through end of life and grief or cancer.  Thank you!

                                           ---  Fredda Wasserman, MA, MPH, LMFT, CT, Clinical Director of Adult Programs and Education, Our House Grief Support



On April 16, 2009, at 1:16 am Kim watched Art, her 44-year-old husband, take his last breath .

As she emerged from her grief Kim realized that most people do not know what to say to a person with cancer.  Most do not know what to do to support a friend or co-worker with cancer. And worse, out of fear of saying or doing the wrong thing many people do nothing.


100 Acts of Love will remind you how important you are to your friend, co-worker, or family member who has cancer and will inspire you to take simple, easy, and helpful actions that show how much they matter to you.