Treatment, doctor’s appointments and physical symptoms make it difficult to keep up with day-to-day life. Make sure your loved one knows that everything will be taken care of. Their focus should be on healing, not worrying.
A relapse, a sudden series of attacks from a string of awful days (or whatever your setback maybe), does not decrease your value.
Take your time, do some selfcare, even if it’s just being proud that you got through another day. Reflect on the progress you have made.
You are strong: One step back is nothing when you look at the journey you have already made.
YOU ARE NOT ALONE.
Affirmations for anxious days
Tips for bad, gloomy days
Read this sentence once a day: “It won’t always be like this.” This one of the most important items on the list. Depression lies, it tells you that you’ve always felt this way and you always will. But you haven’t and you won’t. You will get back to a place where you know you are more than your depression.
Avoid spending long periods of time alone even though you feel the need to isolate. Communicate with your loved ones. Back away from stressful situations and cancel non urgent commitments
Talking to someone with cancer
Don't ignore them or belittle their experience. Just allow them to be who they are. Refrain from comments about how those with cancer look, particularly if it's negative. Don't preach to them or be intrusive. Show them you care.
Encourage them through stories
Offer encouragement through success stories of long-term cancer survivors. Avoid saying, “They had the same thing as you.” No two cancers are the same. And never tell stories with unhappy endings. If you know someone with the same type of cancer, offer to connect the two of them.
Auis nostrud exercitation ullam laboris aliquip exsed consequat duis aut psum dolore magna aliqua minimMeet Survivor
October 04 , 2020
HCG Manavata Cancer Centre, near Mylan Circle, Mumbai Naka, Nashik, Maharashtra 422002