19th February 2018
Cancer infertility and middle age (c) KarinSieger.com
Cancer Feelings

Cancer infertility and middle age

19th February 2018 Karin Sieger

Cancer infertility can happen as a side effect of cancer treatment, regardless of your gender. What if cancer infertility happens at a time in our lives, when due to age, we may have already decided not to have any [READ MORE]

Cancer: Family & Friends (c) KarinSieger.com
Cancer Feelings

Cancer: Family and Friends

14th February 2018 Karin Sieger

When someone is diagnosed with cancer, family and friends are also impacted and may require help to cope. When someone close to you has been diagnosed with cancer, this will affect you. You, too, may undergo a life-changing experience [READ MORE]

10 cancer lessons to help you cope (c) KarinSieger.com
Cancer Feelings

10 cancer lessons to help you cope

14th January 2018 Karin Sieger

Having been treated for breast cancer in 2012/13 and working in the field as a therapist, here are 10 cancer lessons (in no particular order) that may help you cope with the emotional impact of cancer. But before that, [READ MORE]

When I had to face my cancer anger (c) KarinSieger.com
Cancer Feelings

Facing up to my cancer anger

13th January 2018 Karin Sieger

Cancer anger is common and understandable. We should not have to apologise for it.  It is something important to deal with and to let go off. Why and how? When it happened to me, I suddenly exploded and my cancer [READ MORE]

Cancer Journey: When we outgrow a metaphor. KarinSieger.com
Cancer Feelings

Cancer journey: When we outgrow a metaphor

11th December 2017 Karin Sieger

Whatever our circumstances in life, metaphors can give us clarity, meaning and stability. And so, like many other people diagnosed with cancer, I used to look at my life as a cancer journey. But at some point the metaphor started to work against me. I had outgrown it. What happened? [READ MORE]

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