Caring for someone with Lymphoma
A carer can be a spouse, son, daughter, mother, father, friend, colleague or anyone that may be there for the Lymphoma patient during their Lymphoma journey.
Every caring situation is different. There is no right or wrong way to be a carer as your role will depend on the needs of the person you are caring for and what you are able to do.
Consider sharing your caring responsibilities with others so that you take time out for yourself when you need it as there will always besomeone who can help you.
You will probably feel a range of feelings as you care for your loved one. Being sad, afraid, angry, worried and confused can all be a part of the Lymphoma journey but you will cope and most importantly you will be there for the good and bad times.
If you neeed someone to talk to please feel free to contact us at any time on 1800359081 or email firstname.lastname@example.org