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General Psychosocial Aspect Topics

Jane Biehl, Ph.D.
I try so hard to be positive, but in the back of my mind, I am constantly waiting for the other shoe to drop, for my blood counts to worsen, for the results of the next bone marrow biopsy to be haywire, for the chemo with its side effects to be administered, intensified or changed.
THERESA SULLIVAN BARGER
People with cancer who subscribe to a strong spiritual belief system report a better ability to cope.
Justin Birckbichler
Winter Storm Diego delivered two things... three days off from work and a set of clean scans!
Barbara Tako
There are methods to cope with ongoing cancer research and worry.
Georgia Hurst
When I was diagnosed with a hereditary cancer syndrome, I had feelings of death anxiety.
Martha Carlson
Four years' worth of high-stakes scans have made me an expert four excellent ways to intense anxiety.
Samira Rajabi
Once you or someone you love has been diagnosed with something big, the times between scans become sacred in-between times where you do your best to live in light of the ever-changing circumstances of your body. Sometimes that can be a time full of fear, but others it is a time full of hope.
Bonnie Annis
Feelings of sadness and depression are common among those affected by cancer, but there may be another reason behind those feelings. 
Martha Carlson
Emotions are not an either/or proposition when it comes to metastatic cancer.
Laura Yeager
The challenge of caring for yourself and your child while dealing with cancer is daunting.
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