Learning a foreign language can help cancer survivors fight against memory loss whilst improving their cognitive and social skills.
For cancer survivors, returning to work after treatment may be a way of regaining purpose and structure in their lives, as well as boosting confidence. However, this shouldn’t be done without some prior planning to ensure a successful re-adjustment.
You can hear from cancer survivors on how pets, both dogs and cats, have helped them get through their survivorship journey.
Expressive writing can potentially enable us to integrate disruptive life events into our minds and help shape our emotional responses and goals for the future. Research has demonstrated both the psychological and health benefits of expressive writing in the context of stressful events
The diagnosis of cancer can have an immense impact on the psychological aspect of one’s life. Patients may experience fear, stress, anxiety, anger and disbelief as they learn to adapt and cope with their cancer.