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Stress, worry, and anxiety are common in a cancer journey. Sometimes they are the result of unresolved conflict.

Communicating about Cancer: Conflict Management (3 of 4)

Sophia Strickfaden - Tuesday, 17 October 2017 08:43

Stress, worry, and anxiety are common in a cancer journey. Sometimes they are the result of unresolved conflict.

Communicating about Cancer: Conflict Management (2 of 4)

Lisa Forster - Thursday, 12 October 2017 11:02

Coping with cancer, either as a patient, family member, friend, or medical provider can be very difficult. Stress levels are higher. Everyone involved can have less patience and be more sensitive to problems and issues. Common situations that might normally blow over can explode into a major argument instead.

Communicating about Cancer: Conflict Management (1 of 4)

Lisa Forster - Wednesday, 4 October 2017 02:06

If cancer is “The Big C,” conflict is the “Not-so-little C” that is almost always part of a cancer journey.

Collaborator Spotlight: Dr. Victoria Sánchez

Jeanny Reither - Wednesday, 27 September 2017 09:55

Victoria Sánchez is an Associate Professor in the College of Population Health (COPH) at the University of New Mexico (UNM) in Albuquerque.

Communicating about Cancer: Managing Emotions (3 of 3)

Sophia Strickfaden - Friday, 22 September 2017 10:30

Expressing the emotion of gratitude can be an enjoyable and rewarding experience. It can enrich relationships and even help to reduce stress and anxiety related to a cancer journey.