“You have cancer.”
Nobody wants to hear those words, but this year over 1.5 million people in the U.S. will become members of a club none of us wants to join.
Being diagnosed with cancer, Parkinson’s, ALS, or any other dreaded condition can knock you to your knees.
The emotional impact can’t be overstated.
Kenya McCullum writes about how to navigate the emotional landscape of a frightening diagnosis.
It’s worth a read if you or someone you know is facing a serious illness.
As a proponent of constructive wallowing, I’m quoted in her article. It’s here:
- Stop Worrying Right This Second - September 7, 2018
- Being Generous Drives Business Success (Unless You’re a Woman) - July 20, 2018
- Attribution Theory and Relationship Trouble - May 19, 2018
- Read This ONLY If You’re Easily Embarrassed - April 4, 2018
- Forgiveness is Not a Menu Option - April 8, 2017