Whether you are 8, 18 or 28 when your parent is diagnosed with cancer, your world suddenly shifts. The person you typically turn to for stability is now facing a vast amount of uncertainty, leaving you confused about what to do next. The questions of what to do, what to say and how to act infects not only the child but the parent too. At a time when instability is the norm, how do you maintain stability in the parent/child relationship?
Tuesday, August, 27th
7:30-8:30PM EDT/6:30-7:30PM CDT
Join Family Therapist and Cancer Companions President Karen Tripp MS LMFT to:
- Learn to improve the communication in the parent/child relationship.
- Determine which unspoken expectations are fuels for unnecessary misunderstandings.
- Discover if the frustration and fatigue in the family are signs of guilt, fear and other disruptive feelings.