Simply put, a support person needs support, too. Caring for a loved one with cancer requires emotional energy and a willingness to adapt to whatever tomorrow brings. Making sure you get the support you need can make a big difference in your ability to be there for your loved one.
Many shifts occur with the news of a cancer diagnosis. Some of the changes that caregivers can expect to encounter include:
Exploring supportive resources can help you navigate this time of transition with a greater sense of peace. There are a variety of ways that you can access the support you need. If your family member or friend has been diagnosed with cancer, read on for more useful tips on how to be there for them, to the best of your ability.
If someone you know has been diagnosed with breast cancer, email or call us to learn what their best options are for moving forward. Register for a Precision Second Opinion, to discuss your loved one’s case more thoroughly – no cost, no commitment, no consequence.
With the combination of emotional support and the best tests and treatments that medical science has to offer, your loved one will have the optimal chance at a successfully recovery. Help them feel better, faster, by reaching out to CTOAM today.
"I can’t tell you how much your support means to me. My call today with you was invaluable. You came into our lives at the perfect time. It’s rare to just be able to talk without a sales pitch. I could tell that my needs were more important." - Diane
Discover how you can get better cancer treatment! Get your questions answered now
Get the latest advancements in cancer care delivered straight to your inbox each month!