Your emotions

Dealing with your emotions

There are lots of emotions to deal with when you have secondary bone cancer. We can help you work through them both during and after treatment.

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    Cancer and your feelings

    There are lots of emotions to deal with when you have cancer. We can help you work through them.

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    Feeling alone

    People with cancer often feel lonely or isolated. There are ways to manage these feelings.

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    Coping with depression

    Depression can be difficult to recognise, so try not to ignore your feelings. Help is always available.

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    Coping with fear and anxiety

    Feeling scared and worried can be a natural reaction to uncertainty. Here are some things that can help.

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    Positive steps to help yourself

    Take each day at a time. There are many different ways to manage your feelings.

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    When to contact your healthcare team after treatment

    You can still get in touch with your cancer doctors or nurses if something is worrying you after treatment.

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    Your feelings after cancer treatment

    After treatment, it’s easy to worry about every ache and pain. Know which signs and symptoms you need to look out for.

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    Worrying about cancer coming back

    If you feel worried or anxious after your cancer treatment, support is available to help you.