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For Teens: What to Expect If Your Loved One Has Cancer
What to Expect if Your Loved One Has Cancer If someone you love has cancer, you're feeling many emotions. You may feel sad, angry, and confused. It's OK to feel this way. Cancer is a serious disease, and your loved one will need to see the healthcare provider a lot. It can help to learn more about what cancer is, how it is treated, and how it will affect your loved one's and your life. If you have any questions about your loved one's cancer, first ask your loved one, but you can also ask a relative or a...
For Kids: When Someone You Love Has Cancer
For Kids: When Someone You Love Has Cancer If someone you love has cancer, you probably feel sad, angry, and confused. It's OK to feel this way. Cancer is a serious disease. Your loved one is sick. He or she will need to see the healthcare provider a lot. It can help to learn more about cancer. If you have any questions about your loved one's cancer, first ask your loved one, but you can also ask a relative or a healthcare provider. What is cancer? Cancer is when one of the body's cells starts to divide...
Parental Cancer: Questions and Answers About Changes in Family Rhythms and Routines
Parental Cancer: Questions and Answers About Changes in Family Rhythms and Routines If you are a parent who has recently been diagnosed with cancer, there are few concerns that seem as important or basic as how to help your children cope with all the stress and changes facing your family. Children are very sensitive to changes in their parents' moods and behavior and may even sense that something is wrong before you even begin talking with them. Talking about cancer and the emotions that arise is not a ...