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Midlife Milestones Tool

You probably remember some milestones you reached as a young adult – getting your first job or car, going to school, leaving home, getting married, having children. Human development experts tell us that midlife has its milestones, too. Just like when you were younger, knowing what you’re likely to go through around now can help […]

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Journaling in your 50s

Therapeutic writing is a kind of structured journal writing. It is a self-care tool to encourage deeper and clearer reflection, processing, and discovery. Therapeutic writing can help you heal, grow, and thrive. This tool focuses on managing issues around care giving and relationships with growing children and aging parents (the “sandwich generation”) through therapeutic writing. […]

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Journaling in your 30s and 40s

Therapeutic writing is a kind of structured journal writing. It is a self-care tool to encourage deeper and clearer reflection, processing, and discovery. Therapeutic writing can help you heal, grow, and thrive. This tool focuses on specific topics for those who are in their 30s and 40s like fertility, parenting, career, and stress. Printable version […]

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Life in Your 20s Journaling Tool

This tool is meant to help managing issues around life transitions and identity through therapeutic writing. Therapeutic writing is a kind of structured journal writing that can help you heal, grow, and thrive. This self-care tool to encourages deeper and clearer reflection, processing, and discovery for those in their 20s.   Printable version available here.

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Integrative Oncology Self-Care Guide

What follows is a summary of some basic behaviors shown to facilitate healing. They involve changes you can make in everyday life to feel and function better. Food, movement and social connection can be powerful medicine. Read on for more information to support healing.

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Pocket Guide to Patient Advocacy In Cancer

Having cancer or any serious life-changing disease is overwhelming. At a time when you’re anxious and afraid, you are faced with navigating the complicated health care system to get the treatment you need. You and your family also face practical challenges, including paying for and getting to treatment. “Getting told you have cancer is like getting hit by a bus,” says cancer survivor Lou Lanza. It’s almost essential to have some that can help you get back on your feet. You don’t have to—and you shouldn’t try to—do this all on your own. A patient advocate can help make your cancer journey easier.

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