Looking after your emotional wellbeing
The impact of pancreatic and upper GI cancers on patient and caregiver emotional wellbeing is profound
. Feelings of shock, disbelief, anger, fear, grief, sadness, stress and anxiety are common in those affected by cancer and can change from day-to-day throughout the journey. Looking after your emotional wellbeing can have a significant and positive impact on your cancer journey. Accessing emotional support is important, and now – more than ever – it is easier to get the support you need.
Similarly, while caring for a loved one can be immensely rewarding, carers and family members often find themselves feeling overwhelmed, isolated, and physically and emotionally exhausted.
Talking about cancer, mindfulness, complementary therapies and carer wellbeing are all aspects of emotional support that can improve your cancer experience. We have carefully sourced information, ideas and resources within Pancare’s PanSupport Wellbeing Services to help you address your emotional concerns and to better prepare you for your journey.
We aim to be your go-to companion, supporting you on your cancer journey.