Anticipatory coping is the process of anticipation and preparation for a major change. In the context of chemo-induced hair loss, anticipatory coping may play a key role in helping women to not just cope, but to rise above the drastic assault to their self-esteem posed by sudden hair loss. Providing women with the information and resources they need to turn anticipation of hair loss into proactive action is key.
I ask and encourage each of you to take this anonymous, 5-question survey and share as much as you can regarding your medical hair loss experience. By doing so, you will help me to get the word out so that those women and girls who follow in our footsteps will have access to cancer care designed to both cure the cancer and heal the person. Thank you for your participation!
Please follow this link to take the survey:http://survey.constantcontact.com/survey/a07e2tn7692g7der3ac/a01aqg7t36yl1/greeting
Susan M. Beausang
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