Cancer & trauma

Below are the best resources we could find on Cancer and trauma.

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Dear Therapist: I Survived Cancer, but Now I’m Afraid My Husband Resents Me

“For your husband, your illness may have made him acutely aware of not just your mortality, but also his own.”

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Atomic Veterans Were Silenced for 50 Years. Now, They're Talking.

After more than four decades of forced silence, some of the last surviving atomic soldiers share their unfathomable experiences of the atomic bomb tests in the 1950s. "The Atomic Soldiers" was directed by Morgan Knibbe.

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After He and His Wife Are Diagnosed with Cancer, a Playwright Reckons with the Gift of Creativity that Trauma Can Bring

In the midst of trauma, everything means something. Signs and symbols appear. You’ve noticed them before, you’re a writer, but now you see them everywhere.

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