The pain of losing a loved one from cancer is different for each person.
The grief that you experience can affect your emotions, your physical state, your thoughts, and your behaviour. Even the timing and intensity of your reactions depends on you as an individual. No matter how you react to your loss, know that there is no right or wrong way to grieve.
Hear from experts about what you can expect through the grieving process, and get a firsthand account from individuals who have experienced a loss about how they coped with grief.
Meagan Massad lives in Ottawa, Ontario. She lost her younger brother Paul, who passed away from non-Hodgkin lymphoma at the age of 22. Paul was an inspiring young man and did everything that he could to fight his disease. Seeing her brother go through cancer treatments was one of the most difficult times of her life. In this podcast, she is talking about her…
In this webcast recording, you’ll learn what grief is and is not, resources for support, and what you can expect as you heal from your loss.
C. Elizabeth Dougherty, MSW, RSW talks about grief and honoring loss.
Honouring loved ones
Read about how others have honoured the memory of loved ones in the days, months or years after their loss. It may give you some comfort and peace to know that healing can take many forms as well.