Anxiety is a common part of living with metastatic breast cancer. If you find yourself feeling more stressed than normal, you’re not alone. Plus, you’re living with MBC in the midst of unpredictable transitions related to COVID-19.
Below, listen to a podcast on managing loneliness and anxiety when you may not be near your friends and family, or watch a video on anxiety and depression after a diagnosis of metastatic breast cancer. If you’re feeling anxious, you’ll find links with tips for coping with anxiety.
- Breastcancer.org (Audio): Managing Loneliness and Anxiety in this Time of Social Distancing
- Young Survival Coalition (Video): MBC: Depression and Anxiety After Diagnosis
- Dana-Farber Cancer Institute: 10 Tips for Managing Cancer-Related Stress and Anxiety
- Fox Chase Cancer Center: Mindfulness May Help Women Cope With Metastatic Breast Cancer
Last Modified on February 3, 2021