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Creating a Supportive Environment

Open Communication

Encourage open communication in your family, providing a safe space for everyone to express their emotions, ask questions, and share concerns related to the cancer journey.

Quality Time

Make an effort to spend quality time together, engaging in activities that promote bonding, and create positive memories amidst challenging times.

Normalize Feelings

Let your child know that all feelings are valid and normal. Emphasize that it's okay to experience a wide range of emotions and provide support without judgment.


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