When someone you care about has been diagnosed with cancer, it’s natural to want to jump in and help. But as a caregiver for a loved one with cancer and also as one who has been diagnosed myself, I’ve learned how to support someone with cancer.
When Niki Hardy was in treatment for cancer and constantly tired, unmotivated, and spiraling away from God, she found the key to break and overcome spiritual fatigue and sleepiness. When you’re exhausted, tired, stressed, anxious or overwhelmed, it can be hard to think of ways to connect with God or have the capacity to be spiritual. Niki shares 7 ways to overcome that revived her, refreshed her, and put a spring back in her steps of faith.
Through my experiences as a neuropsychologist and my own journey through depression, I’ve learned that even in hard times, including depression, cancer, or relationship difficulties, I could still rejoice and you can too! Whatever hard times you are going through, you are not alone! God is with you!
In hard times, I like to remember how God cared for His people in the Bible. When I need encouragement and comfort, I often turn to the testimonies in the Bible to bolster my faith. Read more for my 6 favorite testimonies that I like to read when I need to stand in faith.
Experience has a way of teaching us some of life’s most valuable lessons, while pain and heartache add the exclamation point for emphasis. The year I received that first cancer diagnosis held some highlights for me as well as several low points. In this post, I’m reflecting on ten hard-fought lessons I learned after being diagnosed with cancer.