Panic, fear of death, stress, anxiety, a sense of isolation and depression are common cancer emotions.
Knowing what to say is hard when nothing you say can possibly ease the heartache
Once you hear the words, "You've got cancer" you are considered a survivor. But is that the best way to describe how you feel?
Rebecca found recovery to offer as many surprising challenges as the cancer itself, but eventually learned to accept that she would be okay.
After a day of falling apart, Michelle switched into autopilot to to get through cancer with her sense of self intact.
Cancer, Covid and the search for control as life becomes unmanageable.
Coping with cancer evokes so many questions. Here are some from a recent webinar. Feel free to submit you own.
Like the mementos of life hidden beneath a blanket of snow, a patient's veneer of strength may be hiding more complex emotions.
Risk is a part of life, but as the pandemic drags on, it can be hard to find a sense of hope and a way to regain a little control.
Awareness and education can help us face cancer, on World Cancer Day and every day in cancer world.
Can something that feels good be good for you too?
Maybe I'm taking things too far, but I think my house has cancer!
Knowing in advance can help you prepare, or it can overwhelm you. What do you wish you had known?
Finding the balance between control and acceptance helps us deal with somewhat predictable cancer emotions.
How do you move forward when the whole world seems stuck?
Finding joy in a very non-traditional pandemic holiday season.
Often the benefits of participating in a clinical trial outweigh the downsides. But how do you know?
Life is messy, especially when you are caring for 10 cats, three rabbits and a sick husband in the middle of your own cancer.
Maintaining intimacy is hard enough without cancer, but throw in a little anxiety, surgery and treatment side effects...