My children will be emotionally damaged by my cancer diagnosis…
Many parents with cancer are worried about how it will affect their children, especially when they have young children.
Returning to work after undergoing treatment(s) for cancer can be daunting on many levels. There’s the task of how to update your resume with the cancer gap, how to re-enter the work force while fighting fatigue, and facing the fact that you might not have the passion or drive to do what you were doing before.
How to Overcome Feelings of Isolation and Make the Connections You Need – March 20th and 22nd
Many cancer survivors talk about the profound sense of isolation they feel even though they are surrounded by people.
“I have often thought how disheartening it must be to have your medical professional tell you that you have Cancer. It was something I hoped I would never hear.”
Forcing myself to keep a positive attitude will help me beat cancer…
It is a popular idea in North America that positive thinking directly effects what happens to you. Continue Reading
The time during treatments for cancer is a focused, purposeful time, after which life carries on as physical and emotional scars begin to heal. However, many cancer survivors have a risk of developing late effects or a secondary cancer from treatment received.