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Living with Colon Cancer / Re: Is fitness effective?
« on: December 18, 2018, 04:45:32 pm »
My father had that issue alot when he was going through chemo. What motivated him was finding a partner. He often times had a friend or family member (myself) go on walks with him. This not only distracted him from his legs wanting to collapse from the tiredness, but also kept him pushing. When picking a partner they should be your cheerleader. Someone who knows not to push you to much, but keep you motivated when you feel like giving up. Good conversation helps too!

im sorry ur family is going through this. my father was recently diagnosed as well and i have been taking car eof him. something i recommend if he will allow it is go into the doctors meetings w your father. he will be able to clarify and questions you may have.

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