"You have breast cancer."
These are the four words that can change your life forever. No matter what stage of Breast Cancer you are at, your mental well-being and will power are more important now than ever before.
Surrounding yourself with knowledge, facts, options and empowerment will arm you with the essential components of information that you need to make decisions that will positively impact you.
In this course, we shatter the myths that can be harmful to your physical & mental health and walk you through how to take back control and update your daily habits to make days a little better and a little happier.
Phase 1 of this course is designed to help you understand what breast cancer is and how it can impact your life as a patient or as a family member. We will go over the symptoms of this disease, how it is diagnosed, and what conventional and alternative remedies you can use to cope with this disease.
In Phase 2, we will talk about how simple changes in your lifestyle like working out, eating the right foods, and managing your expectations can help you reduce your breast cancer symptoms and make you feel better overall. You will also get an overview of different technologies that might help you in managing your disease.
Using Diet & Exercise To Boost Immune System
Travelling Guidelines For Breast Cancer Patients
Managing Your Expectations
Technology for Breast Cancer Patients
In Phase 3, we will take a look at the lives of a few heroes living with breast cancer - they, despite their cancer status, lived to their fullest. We will also talk about the importance of effective communication, how to manage stress, and how people react to stressful situations.
Managing Stress while being Cancer Patient
How To Talk About Your Illness
Adopting a Positive Mindset Towards Life
Phase 4 of this course is designed specifically for friends, family members, and employers who would like to help the patients suffering from this disease. This phase focuses on providing care-giving guidelines to family members, how to communicate with the patient and some guidelines on how employers can facilitate their employees who have breast cancer at the workplace.
Guidelines For Breast Cancer Caregivers
Dealing With Breast Cancer Stigma
Breast Cancer and Workplace
Let's Start Feeling Better Today!