Tips On Supporting A Friend Through Cancer

Unfortunately I have been hearing about many of you who have loved ones fighting cancer. This can be a very scary, frustrating and lonely experience. Supporting someone through cancer is not like bringing soup to a friend who has a cold. Its hard to know what to say, how to act or even what to bring to your friend when you visit.

I've written several post about supporting a loved one through cancer because I understand how difficult it is. Here are a couple if you would like to check them out now:

How to Support a Loved One Through Cancer

What can I do for My Loved One

Part 2 of What Can I do for My Loved One

Those are just a couple of posts on my blog about helping someone through their journey battling cancer. Here is an article that I came across and thought might be helpful. Thank you everyone for sharing your stories and supporting me through my journey.


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Putting the FUN in DysFUNctional said...

Thanks for this info! I wish I didn't need it, but I do. =(

Anonymous said...

Great link Meaghan! I like how they set up a chart example of things that need taken care of.

ashley b said...

Thanks for the links Meaghan. My grandpa was just diagnosed with bone cancer. Going by to visit is hard because you're right, I just don't know what to say. thank you!
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Unknown said...

I love your blog and all your wonderful dad has stage 3 and it has been a very time since I am his primary caregiver

Laura said...

Thank you being such an inspiration to all of us. We just found out that my beloved uncle has stage 3 lung cancer and is fighting now. I appreciate you and all of your courage.

jubilee said...

Thanks for the links. I'll be checking those out soon.

Thanks, too, for stopping by my blog and commenting.