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Debbie Woodbury - Page 2
Anger is a common emotional response to being diagnosed with and treated for cancer. Openly expressing it can be a struggle.
Worrying and cancer go hand-in-hand. It's possible to take a step back from excessive worrying and give yourself a break.
It's isolating to have cancer. Making a connection with someone who understands makes all the difference.
There's a list of things we're supposed to do as good patients. And then, there's the reality of living with cancer and doing the best we can.
The emotional fallout of cancer takes a heavy toll. Experiencing your feelings in your own way, at your own pace, can be a challenge.
The stress of cancer doesn't leave us at bedtime. Focusing on relaxation, rather than sleep, can get you the healing rest you need.
January is National Blood Donors Month. Some survivors are eligible to roll up a sleeve and give fellow cancer patients the ultimate gift.
The mental noise that comes with cancer is deafening. Taking cancer time-outs can quiet your anxiety.