Here is Jody Mason’s list of things to tell your caregivers to give them some insight into what you’re feeling.

“Trying to explain how you feel in this situation is really hard to do with someone who has never experienced it before.”

The YACC community is made up of young adults affected by cancer, and that includes the spouses, friends, cousins, and siblings of those who have been diagnosed. When a loved one is diagnosed with cancer, it can affect a family’s income, a social structure, a parenting routine, a meal plan, and more.

CancerChatCanada still has a few spaces left in their upcoming online support group for those caring for a loved one with cancer.

For those of you who wanted a refresher on the Survivor Conference 2014 caregivers workshop, or for those of you who couldn’t be there, here are some notes to keep in your back pocket.