Emotions and Cancer.pdf

Emotions and Cancer 

This booklet discusses the emotional effects of cancer. Everyone with cancer copes in their own way. The diagnosis may cause you to feel a range of strong emotions such as fear, anger, denial, sadness, guilt, loneliness, uncertainty, and hope. These are all natural reactions.

Emotions and Cancer

 

Being active when you have cancer.pdf

Being Active when you have Cancer

Push Play is a nationwide SPARC campaign to get more people more active more often. The campaign aims to increase awareness about the benefits of regular, moderate physical activity – and how easy it is to get active.

Being active when you have cancer

 

 

Living Well With Prostate Cancer

Taking Control - Living Well With Prostate Cancer

This brochure describes some of the common reactions men have towards prostate cancer and suggests ways of helping you regain control.

Taking Control - Living Well With Prostate Cancer

 

 

 Video Clip – Kid to Kid: Your Parent Has Cancer

 

PTSD and Life After Cancer (website)

 

Living with Cancer: Eight Things You Need to Know (website)