Cancer is complex and difficult and so is talking about it. Whether you are the one with the illness, a relative, friend or medical professional. How should we talk about a cancer diagnosis or prognosis, cancer treatment, the help we need, the fears we have? And why may we sometimes prefer not to say or hear anything at all? In this episode of her 'Cancer and You' podcast Karin Sieger provides down to earth advice about talking about cancer and shares some of her own experiences. You can read her accompanying article HERE.
Check out all other podcast episodes of Cancer And You HERE.
Karin Sieger is a UK-based registered and accredited psychotherapist and writer, who offers support locally and globally. Karin has been diagnosed with breast cancer twice. Visit KarinSieger.com.
Kindly note: This podcast is not a substitute for counselling, therapy or any medical assistance you may require. If in doubt, reach out to your medical practitioner.
Advice for the newly diagnosed
Learning from others' cancer lessons
Coping with chemotherapy
How to keep going when someone else dies of cancer
Coping with cancer anxiety and scanxiety
Coping with life after cancer treatment
Coping with a cancer diagnosis
What is cancer anger? How to cope?
The impact of cancer on relationships
The impact of cancer on you
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