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Asking for Help & offering support to others

Below are the best resources we could find on Asking for Help and offering support to others.

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Please Don’t Be My Knight in Shining Armor

There’s something empowering and dignifying about the act of asking for help when it is genuinely needed.

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Living with Gynaecological Cancer Part 1.3—Relationships—Family and Friends

People react differently when someone they are close to is diagnosed with cancer. We find that most are very supportive but some people just don't know how to cope and don't know what to say.

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Tis the Season to Ask for Help

It is actually noble to ask for help and to offer it.

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How to Be a Friend to Someone with Cancer

Research has shown that people with cancer need support from friends. You can make a big difference in the life of someone with cancer.

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40 Resources for Adult Children Caring for Aging Parents

More adults these days find themselves becoming a caregiver for a family member, especially as the older demographic continues to grow. According to the Family Caregiver Alliance, 85% of caregivers look after a relative or other loved one, and 42% of them care for a parent.

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The Sandwich Generation: When Caregiver Seems to Be Your Only Role

Both working and non-working caregivers are likely to experience stress associated with “sandwich” caregiving.

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Olympian Gracie Gold Gets Candid About Her Mental Health with Michelle Kwan | Thank You Notes

Michelle Kwan may be one of the best figure skaters of all time, but it’s her incredible resolve that made her such an inspiration to fellow skater Gracie Gold. In this video, Gracie tells Michelle: “You once estimated that you’ve fallen 131,000 times in your skating career.

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Role Reversal: How to Take Care of Yourself and Your Aging Parents

Designed to help caregivers understand how to cope with and overcome the overwhelming challenges that arise while caregiving for a loved one―especially an aging parent―Role Reversal is a comprehensive guide to navigating the enormous daily challenges faced by caregivers.

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Vetville

More than two million American veterans have served in the Afghanistan and Iraq wars. Many came home wounded, most came back changed, thousands have committed suicide. Who is trying to help them? At a small farm in Tennessee, Marines are taking care of one another.

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I Wish Someone Told Me: The 10 Things All Caregivers and Aging Adults Should Know About Caregiving

In this video, caregiving expert Pamela D. Wilson combines 20+ years of professional and personal experience and humor to share common caregiving surprises.

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