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The Missing Piece in Your Cancer Puzzle As a mind-body cancer specialist, clients often ask me for an opinion on modern medicine. Should they undergo the conventional route of treatment or not? In asking this question, some merely wish for a confirmation of their set worldview, but some are curious. My answer is simple, if… Continue Reading Cancer Recovery Must Know!
The Aftermath of Cancer Diagnosis The mental and emotional aftermath of a cancer diagnosis can further burden the functioning of our immune system and thus our ability to heal and recover. Though more and more oncologists recognize the benefits of offering mental and emotional support, they still fall short of offering their patients the much… Continue Reading What Your Oncologist Will Not Talk About?
Based on a new research, substantive dialogue may help increase your state of well-being, but emotional exchanges likely don’t. In Megan L. Robbins new research which she published at the journal Psycho-Oncology, she examine how patients dialog and conversations impact their experience. Below please find the quoted article by By J.D. Warren of www.ucr.edu “They found that everyday, meaningful dialogue unrelated to… Continue Reading What You Talk About Matters to Your Well-Being
Back in 2013 I wrote a short post on “Why Cancer Patients Seek Support Outside the Hospital Walls”. It was back then a way for me to acknowledge the growing trend of more and more cancer patients seeking complementary services to their medical care with practitioners not affiliated with their main care place. The need… Continue Reading Cancer Wellness Events Boston MA
Cancer Wellness Boston With the onset of illness, emphasis is often placed on treating the physical and biological. This makes perfect sense because that’s where the crisis is most visible; however, there is an inner crisis, an invisible one, that requires our attention as well. This is the inner crisis we call suffering and there… Continue Reading Cancer Wellness Boston