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josiejosie
Hi friends: Curious if anyone else ever feels frustration when the person they are caring for/person with cancer they are close to does not do the things they are suggested to do to improve their health? As an example, my mother has MBC to ...
4seasons
Hi I’m currently supporting my husband whom I separated from. It is so hard have three more weeks of radiation and one more chemo to go.I understand it must b hard to in so pain but he is extremely moody he is very hard to be around. I’ve ...
Trillium
Below is a list of signs that you are experiencing caregiver burnout and link to the Ontario Caregiver Organization where the list is from. Call the Canadian cancer society ...
bucko
My wife has Stage IV cancer and is, for the most bedridden now. I have been able to keep up with the housekeeping, but I'm finding both my time and motivation are waning. It bothers me that the house is a bit of a mess, although she tells me not ...
PeggyNL
Hi everyone. I haven't posted here in awhile but I read your posts every day. I was diagnosed with stage 3 lobular breast cancer in 2006 and with metastatic lobular breast cancer in 2020. At that time it had spread to my bones and a bone ...
sarahelpingdadfightlungcancer
Hi, I am taking care of my dad who has stage 4 lung cancer, his cancer spread to his brain. He just finished 2 weeks of whole brain radiation. The prognosis is not good (6 months)… I am so broken by this news. I am a 32 year old who just got ...
RBION
I receive the monthly Ontario Caregiver Organization (OCO)'s caregiver newsletter and September's copy includes info about a new 90 Second Caregiver health letter you can subscribe to. It's a weekly email that takes approximately ...
LVL999
I’ve been caring for my dad for 4 months now. He was diagnosed stage 4 stomach cancer and is currently going through chemo every 2 weeks. since his diagnosis, I’ve been spending most of my time with family. the first couple months, I ...
specialk
My husband had a cystoscopy through his urethra for bladder cancer a couple weeks ago and was released without a catheter the same day. He had sharp pain while urinating for a couple of days afterwards. Cancer was confirmed, but the ...
Whitelilies
I hope it is OK to share this CBC Story….really a column written by people, like you and I……just “sharing”……This one is about a Young Caregiver…..Wife Diagnosed with Lymphoma…..
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