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Metastatic Breast Cancer Series: Managing Stress and Anxiety

1st ed., 2010

Written By Robin Warshaw, Contributing Writer

This guide offers practical methods to help you lower the stress of ongoing treatment for metastatic breast cancer. Explore common feelings and choose from a variety of tools to help cope with uncertainty. In this brochure, you will learn:

  • The scope of emotions you may have after a diagnosis of stage IV breast cancer
  • The value of finding solutions to stress
  • The differences between acute and chronic stress
  • Common situational triggers
  • Ways to talk to your spouse/partner, children, friends, doctors and co-workers

We pay special attention to three methods of self-care that help LBBC volunteers cope with stress and anxiety: getting information when you want it, exercise and good personal connections. Among the other tools we explore:

  • Spirtuality, relaxation techniques and yoga
  • Creative arts, laughter and pets
  • Support groups and counseling
  • Professional counselors and online groups

This guide was written with the assistance of healthcare professionals and women living with metastatic breast cancer.

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