Your health and wellbeing

One parent told us, “There is no coping - just surviving.” You may well feel this way at times. On difficult days, you might feel that you simply need to ‘get through’ and that’s ok but it’s not sustainable for a long period of time. That’s why it’s important to look after yourself too. Whether you're in the midst of treatment or are years beyond – it’s vital to get the support you need to cope. This section will give you some tips on different ways you can do that. 

How can I manage my own stress and anxiety after my child’s diagnosis?

From me to you: parents share their tips on how to manage stress and anxiety.

Understanding your emotions

How to deal with your emotions when your child has cancer and where to go for help.

Dealing with mixed emotions as your child approaches the end of cancer treatment

Reaching the end of your child's cancer treatment is both exciting and overwhelming. Here are some practical tips to help...