When you have a partner with cancer, guilt is a feeling that often comes up. Feeling guilty for not doing enough, for thinking of yourself, the list can go own. Learn to recognize four patters of thinking that bring on guilty feelings. Then discover what to do when you are feeling this useless emotion.
When our partner has cancer, it can act like a magnifier of all our strengths and weaknesses. We may find that now our anxiety which was always there, is now almost debilitating. In this post you’ll learn that you can unlearn these behaviors and practice new ways of being that will serve you during this difficult time as your partners caregiver.
Sometimes we find it hard to love the people in our life whose behavior is frustrating, aggravating, or even hurtful. Read on to see how feeling love is a choice we always have and how it benefits us when we choose to feel it.
Sometimes caring for your partner can feel like a chore. This feeling of obligation can crop up even when we have the best of intentions. But there is no need to judge yourself. Instead, get curious! This post teaches you how to uncover the real reason caring is beginning to feel like obligation.
Sometimes the fear of something is worse than the actual event. There is a term for this, it’s called pre-traumatic stress. It can feel terrible. Learn 4 simple steps to handle pre-traumatic stress.
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.