Eva Gordon (past participant)
"When we first started getting together all we did was cry. Now when we get together we can laugh."
When my husband was diagnosed with colorectal cancer, we both joined CSCVVSB
groups. I went to the Caregiver Group and he went to a group for people with cancer. It
was so helpful to be able to see other people who were going through what I was going
When my husband passed away, I kept going to the Caregiver Group because I had such a connection to the people. But eventually, I didn't want to hear about the roller coaster anymore, because I wasn't on it. That's when I knew it was time to join the Bereavement Group.
I went to the Bereavement Group with the hope that it would make the journey easier for me, and it did. Just knowing there was a place I could go where no one judged me. It was so easy to be able to talk and hear other people's scenarios and how they handled everything. I could not have come this far without the support and guidance I received from the generous people at the Cancer Support Community especially, Anne Gessert, our fearless leader."
Stand with CSCVVSB and help those impacted by cancer in our community gain the support and strength they need in the fight against cancer.
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