Socializing is one of the simplest and most valuable tools you can use to help you through any tough time.
There is no avoiding the reality that a cancer diagnosis affects everyone in the family.
While the cancer community might not be one you chose to join, embrace "welcome to the community" support.
A support group can help you feel less alone. Take a "test drive" to find the best group for you.
In this article Peer Counselor Denise Rodman shares some things she recently learned about the benefits of laughter.
Support Connection's Peer Counselors share some tips on how to support a loved one who has cancer.