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Tears in Her Eyes Puzzled Me: Coping With Other People's Reactions
Breast cancer survivor facing her double mastectomy struggles with tears and hugs.
A Place for Healing: Dempsey Center's Healing Tree Program
The Healing Tree program at the Dempsey center helps young people who were affected by cancer cope.
Getting Used to the Not-Knowing
How do you cope with the fear of recurrence?
Cancer is Not a Singular Experience, It's Plural
Sometimes it feels like we go through cancer alone, but there’s a community out there to offer us love, support and encouragement.
Here Comes the Sun
Jane Biehl, Ph.D.
It dawned on me that even when I am going though horrible chemo, I feel better when I can be outside in the summer. I enjoy sitting in a lawn chair out in front and chatting with the neighbors.
The Phrase We Cancer Survivors Live With: "Fear Of Recurrence"
There are productive ways for cancer survivors to live with the ongoing fear of recurrence.
When Nature Calls
When the fears and anxiety of cancer haunt you, open a window, walk outside and let nature run its course.
How Are Your Emotions Today? Honoring a Pioneer in Cancer Care
If an oncologist, infusion center nurse or any member of your medical team has asked you a question like that recently, you can thank Dr. Jimmie Holland, a pioneering psychiatrist who died Dec. 24 at the age of 89.
Thoughts from the Mother of a Survivor
Watching your child go through cancer is difficult, but this mother explained how she stayed hopeful.
It's Not Always Cancer
Cancer has taught me to be stoic when necessary, needy when appropriate and mindful at all times that the physical body is both fragile and resilient.
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