If you find it difficult to cope with your fatigue, it might be helpful to talk about how you’re feeling.
You may want to talk to a counsellor. They can help you talk about your feelings and help you find ways of dealing with them. Our cancer support specialists can tell you about services in your area or you can ask your GP to refer you.
Other people find it comforting to speak to a religious or spiritual advisor about how they are feeling. You don’t need to have any particular faith, as they are used to supporting people of different faiths, or no faith, in times of need
You may find it helpful to talk to other people in a similar situation. You can meet people by joining a support group. There are cancer support groups all over the UK. Or you may want to join an online support group or chat room. You can talk to other people or just read people’s posts. Online support groups are usually available 24 hours a day and are easy to join and leave. On our online community, you can share your thoughts and get support from other people in a similar situation.