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'Sucks' helps teens with parents who are battling cancer

1:58 PM, Apr. 26, 2013
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Not long ago, Mom and Dad sat down to break the bad news to you, thereby adding you to the list of almost 3 million American teens that live with a parent who's dealt with cancer.

So you've heard the diagnosis, you're terrified, sad and worried.

You might think that you'll never laugh anymore (wrong), and that normal life is over (wrong again). You may be angry that your parents didn't tell you sooner, or that they told you too much, or that you're even dealing with this at all. You may eventually have very normal feelings of helplessness, guilt, exhaustion, sorrow, or exasperation. ...

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