If you have cancer, it can get to be too much sometimes. This checklist can assist you in deciding if you need extra help.
Coping Checklists for Patients and Caregivers
These checklists can help patients and caregivers spot signs of anxiety or depression in themselves or others, and learn about their own coping methods.
Caring for someone with cancer, taking on new responsibilities, and worrying about the future can be exhausting at the very least --and it can quickly lead to "burnout." When you're busy caring for the person with cancer, who's taking care of you?
Everyone has a different style when it comes to coping with the emotional roller coaster of cancer. This coping checklist can help you learn whether your coping methods are healthy and helpful.
If you are taking care of someone with cancer, this checklist can assist you in deciding if you need more help.