Sometimes we are happy when his is sad. Or vice versa. It can feel very unsettling, especially when one person is fighting cancer. Self judgement and “acting” happy are not the answer. You can be honest with yourself and your partner about how you feel.
Expressing gratitude is all about us. Read this post to learn 5 great benefits of cultivating gratitude and how to make it work in real life!
Having a partner with cancer is hard, but a lot of us add unnecessary suffering by how we deal with our situation. Learn 3 ways to stop unnecessary suffering so you can start feeling better!
We’ve all had those times where we just want to stomp our feet and yell at the world. But getting stuck in emotional childhood is no good. Here are 6 ways to tell when you are in emotional childhood and how to shift out of it.
When your husband has cancer, it can feel like you are on a rollercoaster. So many emotions coming at you, it can be scary. This post tells you how to ride that rollercoaster and not get jerked around.
As a caregiver of someone with cancer, there are so many times we feel powerless. Sometimes it’s when they’re in pain from a recent treatment and there is nothing we can do to make it better. Sometimes it’s seeing the fear and anxiety on their face after hearing the results of a test or aContinue reading “Feeling Powerless”
When your spouse has cancer it seems like life starts to revolve all around them. Conversations become about treatment and doctors appointments, new research and trials. Daily life is centered around how they are feeling that day, what they need help with or can’t do. The future becomes about them too. It becomes limited byContinue reading “Resentment”
I should have… If only I had done that instead… I wish I would have… These are the words of regret. What Is Regret? Regret is defined as: A feeling of sadness, loss, or disappointment over something that has happened or been done, especially a lost or missed opportunity. Regret is a feeling we haveContinue reading “Regret”
How To Cope When Feeling Confused By Different Treatment Options In our modern world, we are constantly confronted with choices. What cereal to buy, where to bank, what program to send our kids to, what health care plan to choose, what type of phone and plan to pay for, what TV show to watch… NearlyContinue reading “Confusion”
You walk in the door after grocery shopping and diligently wash your hands. You face a pile of dishes on the counter, the house needs to be picked up, there are bills to be paid and the trash needs to be taken out. Oh, and your husband has several more medications he needs to takeContinue reading “Overwhelm”