According to Marketing Director Joseph Di Angelo, "This site is designed to cut through the superficiality and embrace issues we think are most meaningful -- the desire and need for understanding, compassion, empathy and comfort between human beings facing their greatest challenge." We are all made up of the elements of the cosmos and are all part of its continual evolution.Any lesser grasp of this reality only serves to define our ignorance.P4L is one of the few sites that cater to people with a variety of ailments.
Your GP will also know of any local sources of support.
Get in touch with your GP to explain what has happened and ask what help is available near you.
Hearing that your illness cannot be cured can be a frightening experience. If you are alone in the consultation, ask if you can bring a relative or friend in to hear everything the doctor has to say.
This may involve asking for a follow-up appointment so that someone can be with you. They may refer you for additional specialist palliative care alongside the care you are already receiving.
With the help of a therapist, you can learn how best to cope with the emotional stresses of having a friend with a terminal illness.