how to cope with cancer diagnosis of loved one

 

Disease and crisis are a part of human life, and it will be very painful for us or our loved ones to be diagnosed with cancer.

How would you react if you found out your friend had cancer?

Anger and sadness are likely to be your first reaction to hearing the news.

What will happen to the life of your dear friend with cancer?

In the continuation of this article, we will say that how to cope with cancer diagnosis of loved one .

 

What should we do in response to the news of our loved ones being diagnosed with cancer?

Change the way we look at cancer

What points should we follow in order to be a useful supporter for our loved ones with cancer?

 

 

What should we do in response to the news of our loved ones being diagnosed with cancer?

Acceptance and adaptation will be two important and basic phases in the face of cancer. To stay alert and have the ability to work with a patient friend, you must go through these two phases.

Acceptance will help you consciously think of appropriate ways to treat and calm your friend, you must have reached the stage of acceptance in order to be useful for your friend's recovery.

 

After going through this stage, and accepting what has happened to your loved one, the next stage is adaptation.

The ability to adapt will be the most important pillar of your mental health as a companion.

Incompatibility disorder means that you cannot respond appropriately to a stressor.

 

You have to be able to change your life and behaviors to the new situation to balance the problems and the routine and the next way of life, we do not mean that you have to be satisfied with the situation, you have to be able to revitalize yourself in the new way.

Adaptation helps you not to change your quality of life negatively.

Compatibility will help you, along with your own life, overcome the challenge of living with your loved one with cancer.

 

Change the way we look at cancer

Change your view of cancer:

 

  • Your friend's cancer may not be the monster you have imagined in your mind, your friend's cancer may be well controlled with advances in medicine and surgery and chemotherapy drugs and radiotherapy tools.

 

Read, a simple search can show you that cancer for how many or what percentage of people with a particular type of cancer has gone from being an unfair monster to an uninvited friend, and these people have been able have a peaceful life and coexistence with a new friend and companion, sometimes you will read that in some cases even this uninvited guest will leave his host body over time.

 

  • Your mental health is essential for companionship:

Try to ask people who once struggled with cancer and are now healthy, so that you can adapt to the situation, these people consider spirit and motivation as the main element of success, it is the spirit and motivation that sustains you.

 

  • Find stimuli that you can use to boost your mood:

All human beings have sacred things in their lives that will bring them peace. Try to discover the sacred things that calm your mind.

 

  • Consult a psychologist and psychotherapist:

Maybe this bad news will close your eyes to the truths and beauties of life and darken the path ahead of you, maybe the psychologist and psychotherapist can turn on a light in the dark path of your mind.

 

Doctors believe that fear, depression, anxiety, frustration, and isolation are the most common mental health problems in relatives of a person with cancer.

No one can deny the heavy burden of cancer, but a psychoanalyst and psychiatrist can reduce the severity of the burden and prepare you for this journey and to accompany your loved one.

In addition to the infected person, the cancer also affects the relatives of that person:

Cancer puts a lot of mental, physical and material pressure on a person with the disease, and everyone around the person with cancer will be affected.

 

Anger, sadness, anxiety, obsession, Pity, etc. can be your reaction after hearing the news that your friend has cancer.

It is interesting to know that in addition to surgical treatments, chemotherapy, radiotherapy and other treatment modalities that are performed on the affected person, today, psychotherapy is very necessary and effective in improving the lives of people involved and those around them.

 

It has been proven that families who have had a member with cancer and have a close, effective and planned relationship with each other, families that their support has not been out of pity, families whose behavior prevents the loneliness and isolation of the person with the disease, have been able to play a beneficial role in the success of the treatment of the person involved, more than any other family.

 

Remember that today it has been proven that that in times of high workload, long-term and heavy nursing, the presence of friends and second-degree relatives is very necessary for the peace and health of the family and the affected person.

 

You should not look at illness as a catastrophe, and on the other hand, you should not make the disease seem insignificant and trivial.

 

Moving roles can sometimes provide better support for the sufferer.

 

Remember that compassion and pity for a person with cancer will be very distressing and will call into question his or her abilities.

 

Be sure to take advantage of the various psychotherapy methods that psychoanalysts and psychotherapists use in counseling and treatment sessions these days, these techniques will prepare you in a principled and justified way to navigate and deal with all events.

There is a very important relationship between mental health and physical health.

Increasing the health of the body depends on a healthy soul and mind.

 

What points should we follow so that we can be a useful supporter for our loved ones with cancer?

Follow these tips to be a useful supporter for your loved one with cancer:

 

  • Try to be a good listener to what he or she has to say.
  • Avoid giving advice.
  • Only give advice to your loved one when he or she wants to.
  • Try to avoid giving advice before asking the patient, you do not need to tell the patient the clinical studies and the results of your research.
  • Do not leave your loved one alone when he or she needs to make an important decision.
  • Increase your knowledge of cancer, treatments and care as much as possible.
  • Support your friend during treatment.
  • Do not cut ties with him or her all at once.
  • Try to keep the situation as good as possible, if you have been cooking before or watching a movie together that makes the person happy, keep doing it as much as possible.
  • Do not cut off your companionship and support in the middle of the road, your friend needs you even after all the treatment.
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