Prostate Cancer, Erectile Dysfunction & Implant Forums
Receiving the news you have prostate cancer is a terrifying life changing moment. Based on your personal experiences with prostate cancer you may believe you've just received a death sentence. Far to many men base their decision to treat their prostate cancer based on their fear of cancer rather than the specifics of their diagnosis. Here's a place to get both information and support to help you chose the best treatment decision for you. These forums are not meant to give medical advice or cause ignore the information you receive from your physician. Far too many men take their journey with prostate cancer alone. I hope you won't be one of those men. Forums are an amazing source of information and support. One of the great features of a forum is your ability to maintain your privacy by joining a forum with an anonymous screen name. The first four forums were created by Rick Redner for men specifically considering prostate surgery. The other forums provide information and support for a variety of treatment choices available to treat prostate cancer. Take the time to check out all of these resources. If you find yourself tempted to cope with prostate cancer alone, please consider this wisdom from the Bible:
But woe to him who is alone when he falls, For he has no one to help him up.
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Sites and Resources for Wives and Partners
I think most men have a default setting that says "Don't seek help, handle this alone" That's a huge mistake. There's so much help and support available, there's no reason for you to cope with prostate cancer alone.
Prostate cancer does not leave you where it finds you. Your life is changed forever. It's up to you to decide
whether that change will make you better or bitter. Seeking help and support increases the likelihood you and the relationships you value will grow stronger. My best advice as one prostate cancer survivor to another is do NOT attempt to take this journey alone. Build a team to help and support you and your partner as you both cope with
prostate cancer. Use this site to help you to find the support you and/or your partner need.