I was nervous to ask my teens what I did right and what I did wrong the summer (and fall) I had lymphoma when it came to parenting with cancer.
Somehow, our society has accepted as conventional wisdom that children have superior powers to work through emotional trauma on their own.
The group helps single fathers due to cancer cope with the loss of their wives or partners, meet the demands of parenthood, and manage their children’s grief.
The book trailer for Sue Glader’s Nowhere Hair, a children’s book about when a parent has cancer.
By Nancy C. Osborn, PhD Now that you’ve been diagnosed with cancer, you’ve probably been given lots of information about treatments and options from medical professionals. You understand what is going on with your body and what to expect once you begin your treatments, but you will probably wonder how to tell your children that you […]