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Psychosocial Issues

Samira Rajabi
Carrying chronic illness can be very difficult, but there are ways to navigate the world without being crushed by the weight of what we cannot control.
Erin Auten, RN
“‘Compassionate,’ “cheerleader,’ ‘friend’ ‘supporter’ and ‘angel’ are just a few words used by patients and staff to describe Harding Cranford, RN, OCN,” wrote Erin Auten, RN.
Laura Yeager
Mixing cancer and bipolar illness is not a winning cocktail in the long-term health care industry.
Kelly Irvin
A second ovarian cancer recurrence in three years prompted this review of lessons learned. If I could go back three and a half years and give advice to my newly diagnosed self, what would I say?
Bonnie Annis
How does attitude affect a diagnosis of cancer? Does a positive attitude prolong a person’s life? Does a negative attitude make cancer grow? This survivor discusses how attitude affects cancer in a person’s life.
Jane Biehl, Ph.D.
Vision Boards are both therapeutic and fun for cancer survivors and everyone else!
Carol Derewitz
I don't know why my fear is bigger right now than the reality that I was a rock-star-warrior during the biggest, deepest, most tortuous experience of my life: cancer.
Khevin Barnes
Stuck in his own fear. How needle-phobia kept this cancer survivor pinned down.
Kristie L. Kahl
In this week’s episode, we spoke with the founder of Imerman Angels on providing personalized connections to enable one-on-one support among cancer fighters, survivors and caregivers.
Sarah DeBord
Since being diagnosed with cancer, I can't walk into a grocery story without hearing B.B. King sing "The Thrill is Gone." My relationship with food changed, and I often wonder if we'll ever be able to fall in love again.
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