Talking To Family After Being Diagnosed
Many times after being diagnosed it is simply hard to think. So many questions run through the mind with concerns about the future, why me, and what could I have done to prevent this. Often it is very hard to answer many questions that come along with being diagnosed with family members, friends, and oneself. Having a structured way to approach family members can help with feelings of being supported during trying times. When uncertainty is present it is a job to stay positive and teach people how to support you. This is a course that simply helps you teach others how to support you during your time of need without becoming overbearing, persistent, annoying, or careless.