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Who can I talk to about coping with cancer?

While, a lot of the time, you may not be in the mood to talk things out, you should take the time to share your feelings about your cancer with someone. So do some research on psychotherapists, or even marital counselors and/or sex therapists. Talk about your feelings with friends and family members. Or, if you'd rather talk to someone who has a better chance of understanding where you're coming from, seek out a peer support group in your area.
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