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Art Therapy: Putting Back the Pieces After Breast Cancer
Art can help us understand our deepest feelings, helping us cope and reflecting the complexity of life after cancer.
Efflorescence of Kindness Is Essential For Our Cancer Recovery
Simple kindnesses can help to diffuse negative emotions that are associated with cancer diagnosis and treatment—and may even help to improve patients’ outcomes.
How Grieving Impacts Sleep
If we have the capacity to love, then we have to face grief as well, along with how it manifests in our lives—particularly through sleep.
Thoughts On Letting Go
How can we finally rid ourselves of the emotional baggage that fear brings us and free up our minds to think about the good stuff?
A Widow Explores the Power of Mandalas
Diana M. Martin
Mandalas can help people with cancer and their caregivers find purpose.
Being Off Chemo Is Temporary, But so Is Life!
Jane Biehl PhD
I am thrilled to be enjoying a respite from chemo but afraid to be happy. How can I process this scary new freedom?
Cancer Survivorship: Who Are You Going To Tell?
When and where to mention (or not mention) your ongoing cancer survivorship story?
When it Comes to Surviving Cancer, Words Matter
Writing down our thoughts is a novel idea.
I Am Failing At Worry
I have gotten exceptionally good at worrying about things that never end up happening. I'd say I am failing at worry.
Redefining My Relationship After My Spouse Died from Cancer
Diana M. Martin
One widow's journey to stay in her home honors her husband's memory and brings healing.
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