12 Ways to Say “I Love You” to Your NETs Caregiver


By Anne Dabbs,
NCAN TN Chapter Leader, NET Patient

There’s a popular saying that “When a person has cancer, the whole family has cancer”. There is a lot of truth in that statement. Having family and friends who care and can empathize with us is paramount to our well being. Making sure our caregivers and advocates know they are appreciated, loved, and respected is equally beneficial to a life well lived with a cancer diagnosis.

A recent online NETs patient conversation reminded us of how important it is to make sure we let our caregivers/advocates, know how much we appreciate them.

From patients and caregivers, we give you 12 ways to say “I love you” on Valentine’s Day and everyday!

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1) HUGS. Big and Frequent or Small and Sincere.
Nothing says I love you like wrapping your arms around someone and holding on tight. A quick clasp of a hand can also show solidarity in a stressful situation. You feel good. They feel good. It’s a win, win for all.