Even when times are difficult and challenging, we still have control over our attitude.
by Betsy Kohn, MA, PC, and Mary Fisher Bornstein, LISW-S
What does it mean to be grateful? Does living a life where you practice gratitude change your perspective? Do you notice any changes in your relationships with others or with yourself when you practice an attitude of gratitude? These questions often arise for those who focus on the concept of gratitude. For those on the cancer journey, these questions may surface both during and after treatment, as this is often a time of reflection and contemplation.
by Walter V. Moczynski, DMin
Living with cancer can be challenging. But the cancer journey can also be a time to explore new ways to nurture your spirit and find inner peace, courage, meaning, community, hope, and a broader view of life. For many people, spirituality is an important part of coping that brings a sense of wholeness and well-being in the midst of illness.
by Steven Spidell, DMin, BCC
Thriving with cancer, not just surviving, is becoming the goal of many cancer survivors. While accessing spiritual resources has mostly been an individual pursuit, help is coming from an unexpected source: the rapid rise of integrative and complementary medical approaches within the healthcare system.
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