2020 marks four year since my testicular cancer began. It’s definitely been an era of ups and downs and I take time to reflect on some changes in my life.
Tagged: mental health
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My mental health has gone through a number of ups and downs since becoming a cancer survivor. I share some strategies that have helped me reach a new peak.
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I take a good, hard look at my mental health and ask myself – Am I really doing my best?
As we begin a new year, I take a moment to reflect on what 2018 brought me in my testicular cancer awareness efforts, as well as my own journey.
Various adjustments to my antidepressants, which I started after cancer, finally paid off. I reflected how mental health is treated on a societal level.
After facing testicular cancer, I realized I was facing depression. I needed help but I couldn’t do it on my own so I asked my doctor for help.
Just a few weeks after being told I was in remission, one of my greatest fears hit me. I thought I felt another lump and feared a cancer recurrence.