My name is Ryan Cassidy, and I’m a breast cancer co-survivor. The YSC Male Co-Survivor Virtual Hangout is a great place to meet others in similar situations. Together, we learn to care for ourselves and those we love.
When it comes to the business of relationships, talking about finances can be hard for everyone. It’s even harder for those who are coping with a cancer diagnosis and trying to manage their financial situation.
To all the friends of a cancer fighter: It can be really scary to have a friend that is suffering. You may not know what to say. But, please don’t walk away.
It’s been about two years since my mom was diagnosed with breast cancer for her second time. When asked how I’m able to stay resilient in the face of fear, a few thoughts come to mind.
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.
Say “Yes” to Yourself.
How secondary traumatic stress can affect your mental health.
YSC content just for co-survivors.
Resources and tips for family and friends of young women affected by breast cancer.
Interacting with animals through pet therapy has been shown to have several physical and mental benefits, including an improved sense of overall well-being.
A dad and co-survivor shares his view from the cheering section of Tour de Pink, YSC’s 200-mile fundraising bike ride.
This cancer stuff will never be over and no one knows what’s coming next. So, we’ll just keep doing our thing.