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Feeling isolated or alone

When you or a loved one is living with a brain tumour, you can often feel lonely or isolated - like nobody else could understand what you're going through. The following resources have been developed to help you tackle these feelings.  

Loneliness and isolation

People affected by a brain tumour can often feel alone, isolated or disconnected from the world.

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Top tips for tackling isolation

Top tips from our community to tackle feelings of loneliness and isolation.

Top tips

Janet's story

"My mother had a terminal brain tumour. Who could possibly understand?"

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Taking care of your mental health

Advice on how to look after yourself if a brain tumour diagnosis has you feeling low.

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Chelsea's story

Chelsea, one of our Young Ambassadors, shares her experience of her first Young Adults Service Meet Up.

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Videos about mental health

A collection of videos about mental health made with Clare Jacobson a specialist clinical psychologist at Guy's Hospital.

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