Dealing with cancer is very difficult and a life-changing event for everyone involved.
A cancer diagnosis may cause complex feelings and may require lifestyle changes that can be
overwhelming for you and the people you are close to.
Knowing and understanding the potential changes may help you take steps to grow and maintain
healthy, mutually supportive relationships during this challenging time.
According to cancer.net here are some of the following changes:
- Changing relationship roles – for couples, it is important that you talk with your partner
about your feelings and work together as much as possible to make decisions about
treatment, caregiving, and other issues.
- Changing responsibilities. In most relationships, each partner handles specific chores
during daily life. Talking openly about limitations and possible solutions will help you both
feel more comfortable with these changes. It is important to accept outside help from
friends, family members, or professionals, even though it may be hard.
- Changing physical needs. Cancer and its treatment can impact physical needs, such as your
energy level or appetite. It is important to talk openly and to clearly express your needs.
- Changing emotional needs. Each partner may have different emotional needs that change
frequently. After a cancer diagnosis, both people may experience sadness, anxiety, anger, or
even hopelessness. Both partners may need extra reassurance that they are still loved.
- Changing future plans. Cancer often changes a couple’s hopes and dreams. Your plans for
retirement, traveling, or parenthood may change, causing feelings of sadness or even anger.
It is helpful to reevaluate priorities and work together to establish new, short-term goals—such as
finishing cancer treatment. Things that seemed important before the cancer diagnosis may give
way to new priorities, such as enjoying more time together. Putting some goals on hold, rather than
changing them completely, may help your outlook on the future.
While going through all these, caregivers, especially family members may also take into
consideration their own health and well-being. The stress and the physical exhaustion may lower
one’s immunity and make one vulnerable to diseases.
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