Caregiver

A Helping Hand: 10 Ways to be There for a Friend With Cancer
8.16.2018 hopeful

When a friend or family member is diagnosed with cancer, you want to help – but it can be hard to know where to start. There’s no one-size-fits-all approach to lending a hand.

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“Dear Hope”: The “Sickest” Advice Column Geared to the Cancer Community

Here at Hopeful.org, we’re launching an advice column. “Dear Hope” offers advice on how to navigate everyday life for those who are living with or have had cancer.

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7 Ways for Cancer Caregivers to Care for Themselves
7.10.2018 hopeful

When you are the person responsible for the care of a loved one with cancer, it may be all too easy to get absorbed by this new role, and allow some of your own needs to go unaddressed.

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How to Talk to Young Kids About Your Cancer Diagnosis
6.29.2018 hopeful

Maintaining open, age-appropriate communication with young children is a vital part of any cancer treatment plan.

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10 Foods to Add to Your Diet During Chemotherapy
6.18.2018 hopeful

Eating right during treatment gives your body the tools it needs to help prevent tissue damage, guard against infection and even help with some of chemotherapy’s side effects

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Improving Your Quality of Life Through Cancer Volunteering or Advocacy
5.29.2018 hopeful

As a cancer survivor, or someone who has cared for someone with cancer, your firsthand experience is unique and invaluable to those coping with the disease for the first time.

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