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When therapist Clare Reed, of Dublin, was diagnosed with breast cancer, she used her therapeutic skills to change her own life.
Allison Ruddick is the creator of the Keeping Cancer Classy blog.
Stage III breast cancer survivor Amanda Enayati turned her life around by seeking stories of women who beat the odds.
When you change your mindset, you can give yourself the reward of seeing a hard thing as an opportunity for growth through the adversity.
“There were so many things that were outside of my control, so I decided to focus on the things that I could do something about.”
Two and a half years after chemo, I take inventory of my healing.
A six-week exercise program resulted in better mental health outcomes for older adults with cancer.
After attending Mental Health America 2019, I took a good look at my own mental health.
At times I feel like I’m flapping around in a panic, not really knowing what to do, wasting time worrying and not really achieving anything!
Cancer has been the furthest thing from my mind pretty much the entire month.
Do you know where to turn to seek help for mental health-related issues?
Mental health care before cancer treatment is associated with higher death rates for those with kidney, prostate or bladder cancer.
Diagnosed with early-stage breast cancer in 2016 at age 29, Jen Hodson turned to social media to cope.
Advocating for yourself is the best medicine.
“For someone who has—or has had—cancer, a common fear is that their body will betray them, or that cancer will eventually overcome them....
The entire brain processes music, giving it the power to influence mood and memory and making it a powerful therapeutic tool.
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