Human Touch

When you have cancer, people always wonder what they should say or do, really the most
important thing is human touch. I have found if somebody patted me on the shoulder or hugged
me, I felt better. I have visited with friends who were dying from cancer and I had never shook
their hand. They would shake and hang on as if they got strength from that and now I can
understand. Another thing is just coming by to bring a piece of homemade cake or a book or
just talk for a moment. Friends mean so much. Just show you care. The power of human touch
should never be taken lightly.


About cancer1998

Midwesterner. cancer survivor landlady afghan maker
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