When our partner has cancer, we’re going to experience A LOT of emotions. Most of want to escape it all! But what are emotions really and where do they come from? Read on to learn the answer!
There are a lot of emotions that come up when we have a partner with cancer. Sometimes, we are too busy to notice them. However, emotions need our attention and believe it or not, the quickest way out of an emotions is through it!
It’s easy to get angry when trying to advocate for your partner with cancer. However, anger is not always useful. In this post learn how to release the anger and focus on something more constructive!
Anxiety is a common emotion for people who have a partner with cancer. Most of us let this emotion control us, or we try to push it away. However, when you learn to let it in and really understand your anxiety, then you’ll gain control over it.
Sometimes our emotions get the better of us. That can happen a lot when your partner has cancer. It doesn’t have to be that way when you understand what an emotion is, where it comes from, and how to handle it so you can be in charge instead of at the effect of your emotions.
If you’ve ever wondered how exactly a coach can help when you’re dealing with a partner’s cancer, then this article is for you!
One of the most difficult parts of supporting a loved one with cancer is know what to do they are in pain. Often, you feel powerless to help. In this article, learn a simple technique that allows you to support them while also being calm and present.
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.