Category Archives: Living with Cancer

6 tips for avoiding a workplace illness this winter

Between having allergies in the summertime to catching a cold during the winter, the chances of randomly coming into contact with someone who sneezes or coughs near you are extremely high. Take that same scenario into the workplace and catching … Continue reading

Posted in Living with Cancer | 1 Comment

How Does Exercise Combat Depression?

A cancer diagnosis can be difficult to handle. Cancer affects your physical body as well as your attitudes, thoughts or feelings. You may experience a range of emotions like fear, anger, sadness and helplessness. When these feelings interfere with daily … Continue reading

Posted in Cancer Support, Living with Cancer | Leave a comment

RECAP: 4 things you should know about metastatic breast cancer

October, as most people know, is widely recognized as breast cancer awareness month. As the official breast cancer awareness month color, we see pink nearly everywhere we go this month to help raise awareness for this disease, which is diagnosed … Continue reading

Posted in Living with Cancer | Leave a comment

3 tips for traveling with cancer

If you’re living with cancer or are a caregiver to a loved one with cancer, a weekend getaway this Labor Day may not only seem frivolous, but also completely impossible! However, taking a small time out from this scary and … Continue reading

Posted in Living with Cancer | 1 Comment

Learning to ask for help

We all have flaws. Opening with a sentence like that should warn you that I am about to admit one of mine. So, here is my admission—I can be stubborn. I am one of those spontaneous, “get it done” kind … Continue reading

Posted in Cancer Support, Living with Cancer | Leave a comment