Support with Toxic Positivity While Living With MBC - Metastatic Breast Cancer Trial Talk

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Toxic positivity is the pressure to always stay positive and avoid negative emotions during something extremely difficult such as living with MBC. Toxic positivity can come from within yourself or from friends and family members. Remaining positive even when you’re scared, overwhelmed, or sad can be harmful to your mental health because you are suppressing your real emotions.

Clinical trials are studying ways to improve the mental health of people living with MBC and may help you deal with toxic positivity and experience genuine emotions. Additionally, exploring clinical trials as an option for treatment and care is one way to take charge of your physical health, which may improve your mental health.

Click the links below to read more about toxic positivity and for support in allowing yourself to experience genuine emotions, as well as how to find relevant clinical trials.

Toxic Positivity
MBC Clinical Trials




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