Caring for someone with advanced cancer can affect every aspect of your life, including your relationships with family and friends. And as the carer, you’re often the one who needs to manage people’s reactions and work through any conflict that comes up – and that can take its toll on your emotional reserves. How can carers navigate this tricky territory and cope with all the shifting dynamics? Julie McCrossin tackles these issues with clinical psychologist Cath Adams.
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