Cancer Tutor Forum Caregivers Communicate What do you do when a loved one with cancer (a) thinks they are unworthy of help

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    or (b) feels the protocol is too demanding? or (c) is a sugar addict and/or (e) a recovering alcoholic?
    My loved one of 28 years wants to pick and choose which parts of a protocol he wants to do. Is still
    possibly in shock or denial. Its been two years. As his wife and caregiver I am exhausted! I think
    he is telling me without verbalizing it, that I want him to live… more than he does!

    Tara: Cancer Tutor
    Tara: Cancer Tutor

    Hi Sundown,

    I think this is more common than it seems. Self esteem along with our thoughts and feelings play a HUGE role in the healing process. We have an excellent article you may want to share with your husband on the mind/body connection and how your thoughts can affect your health….along with suggestions on how you can overcome negative thoughts:

    I wish you both well.



    Being a caregiver is hard. Can you get them to take a meditation class with you ? Remember to take care of yourself. Drink some of that carrot juice for you. Take 2 beta glucan a day. In the Chris Wark Square One protocol the first video is about deciding if you want to live. It is powerful. I try to get my husband to watch the videos with me.

    Please know that you are in my prayers.



    I know the feeling of diagnosed one, since being a caregiver I have seen my loved ones fighting with the deadly disease till their last breathe. It sometimes feels inspiring and sometimes really sad to see all these things.

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