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Thanksgiving: How to Cope When You Have Cancer

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Thanksgiving dinner table setting.
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Woman picking up baked goods at bakery.
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Buy it, don't bake it


Pile of dirty dishes in sink.
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Don't want to eat? Do the dishes


Comfortable moccasin loafers.
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Dress comfortably — including shoes


Man and woman talking at thanksgiving dinner.
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Hot, cold, or perfectly comfortable?


Beautifully displayed thanksgiving turkey and dinner.
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Delegate, delegate, delegate


Having thanksgiving at a family members house.
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Change your venue


Man and woman pushing shopping cart.
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It's OK to outsource


Choosing from a wide selection of Thanksgiving foods.
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Eat exactly what you want


Indulging in wine one day won't break chemo.
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Take a day off from cancer


Woman taking a moment to cry.
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It's OK to cry — in private


Mother embracing son while cooking.
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Give thanks. You're alive.


PJ Hamel

PJ Hamel

PJ Hamel is senior digital content editor and food writer at King Arthur Flour, and a James Beard award-winning author. A 16-year breast cancer survivor, her passion is helping women through this devastating disease. She manages a large and active online survivor support network based at her local hospital and shares her wisdom and experience with the greater community via HealthCentral.com.