This week we shine the spotlight on blog posts from caregivers and supporters of loved ones with cancer. Cancer not only affects those that are diagnosed, but also their circle of friends and family. As outlined below, simple tasks such as shopping for food can take on a new sense of urgency and importance, and the frustration of wanting to do more to help than you can doesn’t help anyone.
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Cancer Caregiver and Supporter Blog Posts
- In her post “I Was a Cancer Snob” Alexandra shares her emotions as a caregiver and laments sometimes the best you can do is try not to be a jerk.
- Dustin shares insight from his wife’s cancer journey in tips for caregivers in his post “Mr. Can’t Fix It”.
- Complaining can relieve tension, but if you find yourself feeling like a victim too often, Denise suggests reflecting on all the positives in her post “Kvetching”.
- Jamie shares the point of “Never Losing Hope” and the forgiveness she experienced during her mother’s cancer treatment.
- As a supporter, Sandra lists ways to be considerate in her post “Making Time and Being Thoughtful“.
- Join the Caregiver Support Group on Navigating Cancer
- List of over 25 Resources for Caregivers
- Use Navigating Cancer’s free tools to reduce stress and organize your loved one’s recovery.
- Check out our list of over 125 personal cancer blogs