psychology of cancer

    When you consider what raises your personal cancer risk, the effects of depression probably don’t make the list. It should. Every day, scientists are learning more about the link between emotions and cancer. The physiological effects of trauma, abuse, and behavioral disorders are well documented in regards to chronic pain, heart disease, digestive problems, and […]

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    Your emotional state affects your health before, during, and after a disease diagnosis. How you think, how you feel, how you go through life changes you on the cellular level. Emotions and cancer are far more linked than mainstream scientists and conventional doctors would have you believe. Despite scores of studies showing the connection between […]

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    The psychology of cancer is as complex as it is misunderstood. The mainstream scientific community has finally begun to examine the link between emotions and cancer but their overall opinion is still that emotions don’t matter. Nothing could be further from the truth. Psychological Stress and High Risk Behavior All of us have some form […]

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    I’ve just completed a moderate-sized but very needed book on the Psychology Of Cancer (How We Get It; How We Fight It; and What It Can Teach Us). You’ll be able to read it soon. Meantime, here is a tasty sample of what it has to offer… It’s all about the impact of negative psychological […]

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