You may feel you need extra support alongside the support you get from your specialist sarcoma team and GP.
Make sure you ask your GP to refer you to any available mental health and wellbeing services.
You may find the support and services offered by the organisations below helpful.
Calm offers a wide range of mindfulness and meditation exercises to promote relaxation and aid sleep.
Cancer Research UK are the world’s leading independent cancer charity dedicated to saving lives through research, influence and information.
Happiful is a family of wellness directories that provide access to qualified professionals who are dedicated to offering support with wellbeing and mental health.
Headspace offer a wide range of meditation and mindfulness exercises to reduce anxiety and stress and to aid sleep.
Macmillan Cancer Support offer a range of emotional support services for those with cancer and their loved ones.
Maggie’s provide information and support to anyone with cancer and their loved ones, at their centres and online.
Mind provide advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem.
MyLife offers a wide range of mindfulness activities for children and adults and recommends activities that are right for you based on your daily check in about how you feel.
Penny Brohn UK provides free, integrative care to everyone living with cancer, before, during and after treatment.
The Samaritans offers confidential listening and support for anyone struggling to cope and who need someone to listen without judgment or pressure.
A community for people in their 20s or 30s who’ve been diagnosed with cancer. Events, expert advice, exercise & more.