Emotional Well-being

Living with metastatic breast cancer (MBC) can take both a physical and emotional toll. Patients living with MBC may experience anxiety, depression, and/or stress. It is important to be aware of the emotional component of your disease so that you know what to expect and can prepare to face these challenges. Below are some resources that may help you deal with these normal reactions. The resources below are provided for informational purposes only and are not meant to be a substitute for the advice of your doctor or other health care professionals.

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Finding Emotional Well-being: Jesse
by Eisai Inc.
Jesse speaks about the importance of being able to communicate with other patients.
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Metastatic Breast Cancer Series: Managing Stress and Anxiety
by Living Beyond Breast Cancer
Learn how to handle the stress and anxiety associated with living with MBC with this self-care guide.
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When Distress Persists: Depression and Metastatic Breast Cancer
by Living Beyond Breast Cancer
Read this newsletter to learn about coping with depression after a Stage 4 diagnosis from the women who have experienced it and the experts who treat it. It is part of a larger newsletter series about MBC, Insights on Metastatic Breast Cancer, that features other information you may also find helpful.
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Hear My Voice: How I Manage Scanxiety
by Living Beyond Breast Cancer
Read about how 1 woman manages her “scanxiety” and browse more personal insights from men and women living with MBC in the Hear My Voice blog series. You can view the full blog series here.
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