Breast Cancer Causes
Tears For Fears In Kids



Breast cancer causes tears for fears in kids, due to mums recent unknown sickness. It is normal for children to enter a state of shock, as their world turns upside down. They will go through their own stages of grief, in their own time. Behaviour may change, becoming angry, erratic, moody or weepy and clingy. This is all normal and natural as children adjust and process the information about mums health.

What children need is the continual consistent rock of love that a family can provide, to nurture and support each other through a very difficult, emotional and worrying time. The fear of the unknown, sickness and being part of the emotional roller coaster ride, can make it hard to know what to say and what to do.




How Do We Help Children Adjust?

Are you able to offer suggestions on how you went around the issue of breast cancer in your family and dealing with children's fear, grief and confusion? What did you do and how did you do it? Please share the benefit of your experience with others, so that they might help children and young adults dealing with the emotional upheaval that breast cancer causes. Suggestions, ideas, and experiences are all welcome! By sharing information, we can all benefit with increased knowledge and learning about breast cancer. So please share your story!

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