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.
When our partner has cancer, sometimes we can develop beliefs that argue with the reality we face. This keeps us stuck and unable to move forward. Learn how to bust these beliefs so you can find acceptance when your partner has cancer.
Receiving the new of my husband’s cancer diagnosis was one of the hardest days of my life. However, from the ensuing journey I learned 3 valuable lessons that changed my life forever.
We don’t know what the future holds when we have a partner with cancer. All we can do is develop the strength and resiliency to handle what ever comes our way. That is where a coach can help and make all the difference in this journey for you.
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.
We want to be at our best when we have a partner with cancer. However, many of us are actually focused on the wrong thing and feeling stressed, overwhelmed and anxious much of the time! Read on to learn why this is and what you can do about it!
We are not always prepared to take on the role of caregiver for our partner when they get cancer. Often, we try to do and be everything and it gets exhausting! Learn 6 steps to defining this role for yourself so you have a guidepost for the tough times.
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.