Yes, It's Okay To Cry, And You Should
- Processing a cancer diagnosis and handling your emotions are difficult tasks.
- In this SNTV series, survivors share their advice on dealing with mental health challenges and letting out emotions.
- If you need to cry, you should do it and not be afraid to show your emotions.
- If you are lucky enough to have people in your life to lean on during this difficult time, find them and build your support system.
Getting a handle on your mental health is important and processing your emotions is one of the first steps. Cancer survivors say that first you must let the emotions out, find your support system, and live your life.Read More
In this episode, you’ll hear several women, all of whom are cancer survivors, talk about their experiences dealing with cancer and navigating life after a diagnosis. Many of these women get very emotional about what they have gone through. It just goes to show that crying and being open with your emotions is part of the healing process.