Tuesday, June 28, 2016

How facing cancer helps you figure out what really matters - The Washington Post

Several years back, a study of breast cancer patients in the journal Health Psychology reported that “positive strategies for coping” tended to lead to “feelings of inner peace, satisfaction with one’s current life and the future . . . [while] the absence of such strategies predicted reports of loss of meaning and confusion.”

How facing cancer helps you figure out what really matters - The Washington Post:

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