Someone you care about has breast cancer. In our book, that makes you a “co-survivor.” And whether you’re a friend, co-worker, family member or spouse, you have a very important role to play. Watching someone you love battle breast cancer can, in some ways, be as hard as fighting it yourself. It can be painful to see them struggle and you may hide your feelings of anger, fear or helplessness because you don’t want to upset them. So make certain you also have someone to talk to about your feelings. Connecting with other co-survivors can be a huge source of encouragement and support. For more information click here.
FRIENDS AND FAMILY
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