A cancer diagnosis can make your world spin. There is nothing that can prepare a person for the after affects of a diagnosis. Time seems to stop, and speed up all together. That awareness—and the unknowns within it—can be crippling: not only for the person going through it but for their loved ones as well. This experience can be particularly hard for an affluent individual, as this process brings with it another level of challenges that most people don’t have to think about. It’s important to note that a diagnosis like cancer doesn’t discriminate.
It can affect anyone, at any time. There is no amount of wealth or success that can make it go away: so how do we handle things outside our control? How do we make peace with the process? In this blog post, we discuss the emotional levels that one goes through after hearing a diagnosis, how cancer can affect family life, and clinical advice on how to communicate through the process.
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