What's It Like to Have Surgery? (for Teens) - Nemours KidsHealth - Teens telling friends about surgery

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We would fly in for the surgery, call in extra help, telephone a few of her friends and ask them to check in, drop off some food, otherwise be on. Tell a few people. If you don't feel like sharing the details of your operation, you don't have to — but telling some friends that you'll be out of school for a few days​.

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By Dabar - 14:48
One of the hardest things about learning you have a life-threatening or terminal illness is figuring out how to tell the people you love.​ Tell one very trusted family member or friend and ask that person to spread the word among your loved ones.​ What if you have to share the news.
By Duzil - 23:26
Behavioral Health l PFEV / / Preparing for Surgery – Teenagers Being away from school and friends Parents and doctors not telling the truth.
By Malalabar - 16:45
Telling your children you have cancer is difficult. But being honest and involving them has many benefits.
By Gurr - 06:21
Here are some tips as you decide how to tell family and friends "I have breast cancer. education and support for kids and teens who have a parent with cancer.

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