WELCOME TO THINKABOUTYOURLIFE.ORG
Find empowerment: Anything you can do to feel like you are taking control of your illness and treatment will help you. Thinkaboutyourlife was developed by cancer survivors. We have used the tools on this website in our own experiences, and we hope to inspire you do the same.
Debbie is a melanoma cancer survivor and has shared some examples below:
No matter where you are on your journey, either that moment of emotional rawness at diagnosis, in the routine of treatment, or looking at life after cancer you will probably start to struggle with the inevitable question of "Well, now what?" You can't control what has happened, but you can exercise some control over its place in your life.
After you register and use these tools, the website will keep a confidential copy, and you can share the tools with whoever you want by email, print, or other social networking tools.
We have used the tools on this website in our own experience and we hope to inspire you do the same. How Think About Your Life can help - Amanda George, Survivor
You can return to the website and click on MY TOOLS to get started. This provides a list of all tools available and the saved copies of the tools you have completed. This is where you can share a link to your tools with others.
What are co-survivors?
Co-survivors are family, friends, health care providers or colleagues who support people on their journey with cancer from discovery of cancer through treatment and on to finding a new normal. There is no one way to be a "co-survivor". Thinkaboutyourlife.org provides information at each stop on the cancer journey of how co-survivors can use the tools to support the person in their life with cancer.