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When Emily MacRae was diagnosed with breast cancer, it seemed as though it was another in a series of losses that were happening at that point in her life. Her marriage was ending, her children were grown and beginning lives of their own, and she had recently lost her job. In fact, when she was being discharged from the hospital after her surgery, she couldn’t find anyone to give her a ride home. Then, as so often happened during and after her treatment, she saw someone from her church visiting another patient. Emily found her ride home, and through her faith and the support of her faith community, found a way to persevere and thrive.
Spiritual wellness has to do with our beliefs, values and the search for meaning in our lives. The search for meaning before, during, and after treatment is common for cancer survivors. Many people engage in spiritual activities to help them cope with the fear and uncertainty cancer can bring.
You may find your spiritual home in your current faith tradition, or you may seek out a different religious organization. Others may find spirituality in nature or meditation, rather than in a place of worship. It is less important where you find support for your spiritual side, than it is to find a spiritual practice that supports you.
If you are interested in focusing on your spirituality, here are some tips: