Everyone can benefit from support - both receiving it and giving it.
The notion of support grows in importance when considering illness, perhaps especially so in the context of caring for someone with cancer. Both the person being treated for the disease, and the loved ones helping to care for them, benefit from support.
In fact they need support.
Support can be found in many places:
- the medical staff who do their best to help
- family and friends
- houses of worship
- support groups
- professionals with unique expertise, and many more.
There is a new way to obtain support through cancer treatment and beyond - it's called Reimagine.
It's online, so it can be accessed from home.
It's enjoyable and inspiring.
It's been proven helpful and effective at major Cancer Centers and in good research.
It addresses "the other half" of cancer treatment - your spirit and emotions.
Reimagine was developed by experts in the field to expand the treatment of cancer to better include treatment of the entire person and their loved ones.
I am fortunate to contribute to the work of Reimagine through articles and videos - you can see a few, or review the Reimagine web site as a whole, by clicking on the links below.
You might be able to help Reimagine your health through community, through access to credible information, even through some laughter, and more.
You will even find nutrition advice on the site - advice you can act on at your Harris Teeter.
If you or someone you love has experienced cancer and its treatment, consider looking at the Reimagine program for additional health and healing.
** Information on this web site is provided for informational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for the advice provided by your physician or other healthcare professional. You should not use the information on this web site for diagnosing or treating a health problem or disease, or prescribing any medication or other treatment. **