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Caregiving

Kim Johnson
Everybody copes differently with cancer, even within a family unit.
Martha Carlson
Patients with cancer can help their caregivers find paths through the pain, with all the techniques we use to find our own peace.
Kim Johnson
I had my own complete life external to cancer. I also had my life within the constant reality of cancer.
Edited by Ahuva Morris, LMSW
Parents of children with cancer often put their own needs or feelings aside while caring for their child, but taking good care of yourself can actually help you be a better caregiver.
CancerCare
Feeling stressed and overwhelmed from caring for someone who has cancer is not a sign that you are failing as a caregiver. But since stress can affect your health, it is important to find ways to manage it. 
Dana Stewart
November is National Family Caregiver month. Let's give the caregivers the shout out they deserve!
Carly O'Brien, OSW-C, LCSW, CancerCare
November is National Family Caregivers Month. CancerCare’s Caregiver Program Coordinator, Carly O'Brien, OSW-C, LCSW, shares her thoughts on why it’s important to have an awareness month dedicated to caregivers, and the importance of acknowledging the work that caregivers do.
 
Kim Johnson
Shock is a typical feeling that comes with a cancer diagnosis. How do you overcome it?
Kim Johnson
After being a cancer caregiver, it's important to step back and gain perspective. 
Kim Johnson
As a caregiver, it is crucial that you learn to ask for help.
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