When describing what a cancer diagnosis feels like, people often say something like, “I had to sit down; it felt like I’d been hit by a train”. News of cancer is often accompanied by looming despair and fear. Fear prevents people from making their best decisions. This is one of the most profound yet overlooked challenges presented by cancer.
Fortunately, we can choose to confront cancer from a place of calm awareness and understanding.
The best time to shift our perspective is before we get a cancer diagnosis. PATH workshops cover key topics including:
– cancer theory in plain English
– improving your body’s natural ability to heal
– how to proactively react when you or a loved one is facing cancer
– practical ways to protect against cancer