The new year is a wonderful time to reflect on the past and imagine the future, but it can also come with a lot of pressure to make changes for the better.
If you do choose to set a goal or resolution, it doesn’t have to be huge or overwhelming. Small, simple changes can add up to significant progress – and you can try them out any time.
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The holidays can bring contrasting emotions. You might feel joyful and stressed, happy and sad, or even grateful and annoyed.
Having cancer, or a loved one with cancer, can make these emotions even more poignant.
Lilian Rodriguez, a social work counselor who leads MD Anderson’s Spanish-speaking General Cancer Patient Support Group, says these mixed feelings are normal.
“You can enjoy a holiday and be in a difficult...