Stress Management for Cancer: Free online course from Mayo

Mayo Clinic's Cancer Education Center just uploaded a new self-learning course to help people (patients and caregivers) living with cancer to manage stress.

You can work through the modules at your own pace to help you better understand how the body may respond to stressful situations, including cancer. You'll get various tools and techniques to meet physical, emotional, and spiritual needs, as you learn to manage stress.

Go directly to the free online course
– Stress Management for Cancer https://mccmscontent.mayo.edu/LSC/stress-management-for-cancer/content/index.html#/

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What help you manage stress?

@colleenyoung I manage stress by reaching out to and helping others. Meditation, being thankful to be alive each day that I am, arts-and-crafts, also help.

Looking forward to what others have to say!
Ginger

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Hello. I am looking for a Pagets Disease support group or groups. Thank you.

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@oumike

Hello. I am looking for a Pagets Disease support group or groups. Thank you.

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Hi Mike,
If you would like to start a discussion about Paget's Disease in the Cancer group here: https://connect.mayoclinic.org/group/cancer/

I can connect you with other members living with Paget's.

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@gingerw

@colleenyoung I manage stress by reaching out to and helping others. Meditation, being thankful to be alive each day that I am, arts-and-crafts, also help.

Looking forward to what others have to say!
Ginger

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I manage stress by walking, volunteering, reading and watching challenging, but humor laced TV, movies, mysteries. I know this, if I don't WALK I don't sleep or rest well!

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I like to manage stress with tapping – I like to do some tapping each evening before bed and usually in the AM too. Coloring also helps me de-stress and I am trying to add meditation – even thought I don't think I am very good at it – it quickly becomes a 10 minute nap most times ­čÖé

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@jal333

I manage stress by walking, volunteering, reading and watching challenging, but humor laced TV, movies, mysteries. I know this, if I don't WALK I don't sleep or rest well!

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I love to watch mysteries too! I like the cozy Hallmark style ones – or the "travel" master shows on PBS – Like Death in Paradise. The Mallorca files is my new favorite – they are playing on my local PBS station. Thanks!

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