Coping with grief can be a complicated struggle for young adults with breast cancer. What contributes to grief goes beyond the cancer diagnosis itself.
If you’ve been feeling overcome by watching events unfolding in the news, know that news-related stress is a serious issue and you’re not alone.
October is coming, and so is the mixed blessing of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. How can we honor and respect everyone’s path, including our own, through an intense celebratory month?
Breast cancer and the added stresses of the Coronavirus can bring a multitude of overwhelming feelings to the surface. YSC oncology social worker, Jean Rowe shares tips to find relief through journaling.
Even though COVID-19 has been keeping many of us isolated indoors, Summer is here. We’ve got some tips to take extra care of yourself and take advantage of the longer days.
At some point, young breast cancer survivors may experience the loss of a friend or member of their breast cancer community. The grief will feel like an emotional roller coaster. Because it is.
Maintain a sense of peace during the holiday season by giving yourself the gifts of self-care!
Sex, intimacy and relationships after cancer can be scary, unchartered territory. If you’re thinking “now what?” what if you decided to try something new?
There is something about spring and new growth that feels like a do-over.
Practicing “love” as a verb.
Start 2018 by giving yourself permission for find joy.
Questions and answers about leaving a legacy.
Say “Yes” to Yourself.
How secondary traumatic stress can affect your mental health.