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After feeling great zest for all that I would accomplish now that I had to stay home, my excitement soon began to wane.
Practicing self-care is especially important during this time.
A psychologist offers tips to stay clearheaded
When your life is affected by cancer a retreat combines natural beauty with fellowship.
Chances are, whether you are a patient or caregiver, you have been stronger in the past year than you thought you were capable of.
When therapist Clare Reed, of Dublin, was diagnosed with breast cancer, she used her therapeutic skills to change her own life.
Instead of it being fun, it starts to feel like work, draining and stressful.
The problem with this attitude is that if anything goes—if everything is permissible—then nothing matters.
I also know that sometimes things change and that I cannot worry, I just have to let go and let God. (It is NOT easy but I am trying.)
I declare it now — I am ready to move, I am ready to let go and I am ready to NOT be held prisoner by my fears and instead to live in HOPE.
The entire brain processes music, giving it the power to influence mood and memory and making it a powerful therapeutic tool.
This Valentine’s Day, skip the date and invest your time in a testicular self-exam.
I have to say that 2018 was a learning experience for me; I found a way to balance out my fears and stay focused on today.
Ongoing work hopes to discover if interventions designed to boost caregiver wellbeing could boost patient outcomes.
I cannot control it all — I can barely make myself remember I am human and not superhuman.
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