Coping With Cancer
A cancer diagnosis can be an emotional time. However, you are stronger than you know and we’ve got some great resources and strategies that can help.
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Author: Robin SearlesThere is no one “right” way to talk about cancer with your children. How you tell your child doesn’t come with a playbook. But there are important steps you can take before and during the talk to help your child share and cope with any fears he or she may experience.
Author: Denise RoyalA cancer diagnosis often comes with an overwhelming flood of emotions ranging from fear and panic to guilt and anger. The impact of hearing the words, “You have cancer,” varies from person to person. There is no right or wrong way to respond.
Author: Julie RevelantWhen you're living with cancer, anxiety about your diagnosis, treatment and its side effects can often feel overwhelming and can lead to increased levels of stress, both emotional and physical. Read on for 5 methods to reduce stress that you can start using today.
Source: American Cancer SocietyEveryone has a different style when it comes to coping with cancer. This checklist can help you learn which methods are healthy and helpful, as well as how to get support from the American Cancer Society.
Source: Cancer Support CommunityIt can be very helpful to talk with someone who understands what you are going through. Find out the many ways their support can help you.
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