There aren’t many of us untouched by cancer, whether we’ve fought our own battles or held the hands of friends and loved ones as they went through their own treatments. It’s not uncommon for those who have not had cancer to know what to say to their friends undergoing treatment. How do we talk about it, or ask about it — or talk to them at all — without seeming as though we’re belittling, minimizing, or judging their experiences?
Our friends at Wellness.com have some great ideas to help make the conversation a little easier to handle. They have some tips for understanding the roles of everyone involved, as well as how to be supportive. Check the full piece out here >>>.
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