Caregiving During the Holidays: 5 Ways to Minimize Stress
11.13.2018 hopeful

Caregiving can be a challenging job for family, friends or partners, particularly during the busy holiday season. While you are tasked with focusing on the health and well-being of others, you should not forget to take care of yourself.

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5 Steps to Managing Feelings of Caregiver Guilt
11.02.2018 hopeful

Many caregivers are caught by surprise by another unexpected emotion: guilt. Caregiver guilt is a completely normal and human response to a near-total immersion in the world of the cancer patient.

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What if You Don’t Want to Be a Cancer Caregiver?
10.11.2018 hopeful

Caregiving can be enriching, but can also bring frustration, sadness, pain and loss. Faced with this complex set of emotions, many ask themselves: “What if I don’t WANT to be a cancer caregiver?”

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3 Concerns Every Caregiver Must Face (and How to Deal with Them)
9.14.2018 hopeful

Remember that in order to be most effective in your role as caregiver, you must also take care of yourself. Here are three unique concerns to consider.

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Pancreatic cancer: What you need to know
9.13.2018 hopeful

We don't know what causes pancreatic cancer. But some risk factors are worth noting. If you have relatives with the disease, you may want to seriously consider genetic screening.

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Back to School after Cancer
9.12.2018 Abe Rosenberg

Even the most resilient student can run into unforeseen problems ranging from “chemo brain”, to the inability to reconnect with their old friends. With planning, just about any potential challenge can be anticipated and handled.

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