Coping with Cancer in Your Relationship

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Is a life-threatening diagnosis endangering your relationship?

Life-threatening diseases and illnesses, like cancer, are never easy to cope with in any circumstance. When these illnesses come into your life, you are faced with the possibility of not surviving the sickness. Not only are you dealing with the unknown, but you have the doctor’s visits and medical bills to deal with. When you have to go to several follow-ups to see the progression, or regression, of the illness, you are having to take time off of work. When you take time off of work, you aren’t receiving as much income as you were before. With the increasing medical expenses, income is important to be able to pay off these debts. These effects of the illness can put stress not only on yourself but onto your loved ones as well. What can we do to move forward in our relationships when our loved one is dealing with a life-threatening illness.

Earning her Doctorate Degree in Clinical Psychology, Dr. Gina LaFrazza is founder and owner of Gina LaFrazza, Psy.D., PLLC.  Dr. LaFrazza is a licensed psychologist with over ten years of experience in various sub-fields of psychology. She works with individuals, couples and families across the lifespan, providing therapy and comprehensive psychological and educational assessments. Dr. LaFrazza has a range of experience stemming from her work in a variety of settings. She has conducted assessments in one of the top hospitals in the nation for rehabilitation of traumatic brain injury, provided therapy in college counseling centers such the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, and provided various services in private practices. Dr. LaFrazza is a member of the North Carolina Psychological Association.

To find out more about Dr. Gina LaFrazza and her practice, Gina LaFrazza Psy.D. PLLC, you can visit their website or call (919) 747-1531 for an appointment.

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