Where to get emotional support for heart conditions

Suffering from anything that could potentially take your life is a distressing event. Unlike some disastrous illnesses that strike at will but can possibly be eradicated, such as cancer, heart conditions stick around for the long haul. They’re generally with you for life. Because of this, being diagnosed with a heart condition can seem like […]

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Where to get emotional support for epilepsy

For the millions of people who are diagnosed with epilepsy, life is far from a walk in the park. In fact, they can’t take a walk in the park without worrying about what would happen if they were to seize right there in the middle of a public space where strangers would likely stop and […]

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Where to get emotional support for diabetes

Nearly 30 million people in America had diabetes in 2012. The rate of diagnosis continues to increase. The majority of people with this condition have type 2, whereas around 1.25 million children and adults are affected by type 1. The former occurs when the body cannot properly process insulin and the latter when the body […]

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Where to get emotional support for COPD

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease affects more than 11 million Americans. It is a progressive disease. This means it will only continue to get worse over time. Most of the time, COPD is diagnosed in people who have spent many years living life as a smoker. Quitting smoking is a vital step in delaying the effects […]

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Where to get emotional support for cancer

It is estimated that 1,688,780 people will be diagnosed with cancer in 2017, and 600,920 of them won’t survive the fight for their lives. While meeting their fate is certainly the worst outcome of cancer one can imagine, many other people have a whole new battle on their hands. They do survive the fight. They […]

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Where to get emotional support for breast cancer

There might not be an illness any more strenuous that tests the wills of mankind more than cancer. As soon as a patient here the words it’s cancer, they’re immediately catapulted into a state of high alarm. The most imminent question that comes to mind is whether or not they’re going to die. They immediately […]

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