If you are affected by cancer (whether you have been diagnosed, treated, or are a relative, friend), then you will know how painful it can be, when someone else dies of cancer. How can we honour the pain of the loss, and the fear of what may lie ahead for us, and still keep going? In this episode of her podcast 'Cancer and You' Karin Sieger explains what to expect, how to cope 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.
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