KTAR News Radio in Phoenix recognized the efforts of Cindie Hubiak, Solutions for Intimacy co-founder, to raise awareness about intimacy issues following prostate cancer. Learn more in Women Join Men in Fighting Prostate Cancer, by Sandra Haros.
EmpowHER, one of the web’s largest health and wellness resources for women, showcased Cindie Hubiak’s personal journey as she learned to “thrive” following her husband’s prostate cancer diagnosis.
Thriving After the Cancer Bomb: One Woman’s Journey, by Lynette Summerill, takes readers through the struggles and triumphs that inspired Cindie to write A Woman’s Guide to Thriving after Prostate Cancer and co-found Solutions for Intimacy.
Veteran health writer Scott Keith interviews author Cindie Hubiak for Men’s Health: It’s a Guy Thing, a health and wellness blog for baby boomers.
Hubiak shares insights on why she decided to write A Woman’s Guide to Thriving after Cancer, and how it will help others. Read the full article: Sex after prostate cancer? An Arizona-based writer tackles the touchy subject in a new book
The Wellness Community hosted more than 70 people at a Prostate Cancer Update on September 24, 2011. Solutions for Intimacy co-founders Steve Frohman and Cindie Hubiak shared lessons learned regarding intimacy and sexuality during their prostate cancer journey. They were joined by David C. Beyer, MD, Ali Borhan, MD and Aynne Henry, PhD.
Solutions for Intimacy Co-Founders Cindie Hubiak and Steve Frohman discuss the release of Cindie’s new book, A Woman’s Guide to Thriving after Prostate Cancer, and offer Fox 5 San Diego viewers tips on how to enhance intimacy following prostate cancer. View the clip.
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – Solutions for Intimacy, an organization that helps individuals live thriving lives after prostate cancer, has launched its new website to serve as a resource and knowledge-base for those seeking information on a variety of topics related to intimacy and prostate cancer.
The new site offers users access to a robust selection of resources, including quick links to associations and support groups and an informative blog that covers the important issues many prostate cancer survivors confront. Visitors will also find extensive information about “The Personal Approach” and tips and tools for overcoming intimacy issues. A Woman’s Guide to Thriving after Prostate Cancer, authored by Solutions for Intimacy Co-founder Cindie Hubiak, will also be available for purchase in print or eBook format.
“The new Solutions for Intimacy site is comprehensive resource for individuals looking for solutions post-prostate cancer,” said Steve Frohman, co-founder of Solutions for Intimacy. “It not only reflects what the organization is about, but also provides visitors with the tools to make more informed decisions about how to proactively overcome the common struggles that follow prostate cancer.”