Coming to terms with randomness is frightening, but it does liberate us from the tendency to blame ourselves for illnesses we didn’t cause.
Stress & Thinking
Fatigue, or the feeling of being tired, is the most common symptom people with cancer will have. Information on fatigue, and tips on how to manage it.
Improving your thoughts, behaviours and attitudes surrounding cancer fatigue can help combat it. Here are some tips on reducing stress for clearer...
Dr. Mike discusses ways you can manage stress to increase your health.
A CancerBridges resource discussing the myths around spirituality and how it "influences the cancer experience."
Talking about cancer can be stressful. The Canadian Cancer Society’s resource on how to tell others about your cancer diagnosis. Talking about...
The Canadian Cancer Society has numerous resources that you can lean on when dealing with a cancer diagnosis. See how they are available to help.
Here are a number of great stress and thinking resources that may help you deal with your cancer journey.
Angelina Jolie's double mastectomy opened up a platform for discussion, including the question: Should genetic testing for cancer be open to...