When tragedy shakes a nation, focus forward through action

In the aftermath of the deadliest mass shooting in American history, many of us are left feeling grief-stricken, anxious or helpless. The horrific images etched into our minds are tragic remembrances of events that have become sadly familiar. When will the deadliest finally be the last? As humans, our empathetic response is expressed through our … Continue reading When tragedy shakes a nation, focus forward through action

Talking to children about cancer: Keeping your kids informed

Fourth of seven articles in a series on how to talk to your children about cancer. “I’ve just started chemo and will be losing my hair soon. How should I prepare the kids?” This is a common question I hear from parent patients as they begin cancer treatment. When kids are prepared for expected hospital stays, physical … Continue reading Talking to children about cancer: Keeping your kids informed