Cooking, cleaning, prayers etc. Any other ideas?
Answer by ohwrite at 4:02 PM on Sep. 29, 2010
Cancer is a scary word. Cancer can be very easy or obviously very serious. I had cervical cancer and all I needed was a half hour surgery. I never call myself a surviver. At the same time I had other medical problems, a newborn and 2 othr kids the I needed help with. The things that were the biggest help for me was help with kids on days when I had to go to the hospital for treatment, grocery shopping, gift certificates to food places that deliver, & picking up perscriptions if I was too sick to drive. Ask what she needs. If she says she doesn't need anything or doesn't know ask her to think about it and then ask her again in a day or two. Sometimes something that is easy for you to do would be really difficult for the person in crisis. I wish your friend well.
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