Join our #thisisbowelcancer campaign
This Bowel Cancer Awareness Month we're shining a light on how people affected by bowel cancer are feeling right now, and how their lives may have changed after a particularly difficult year.
We're inviting everyone affected by bowel cancer to open up and be honest about how you're feeling. Bowel cancer can affect people in many different ways. You may have recently been diagnosed, had your treatment paused or lost someone you love. We're here for you, your family and friends.
Join our campaign, write one word about how you're feeling today on a piece of white A4 paper or download and print our PDF template, take a photo and share it on social media with the hashtag #thisisbowelcancer
- Our support and information on emotional wellbeing is here for you and your loved ones.
- Listen to our podcast, hosted by BBC's George Alagiah, about looking after your emotional health.
- Visit our online community – a place for anyone affected by bowel cancer to talk about their experiences, share their knowledge and support each other. There is a special bereavement section on our online community, which is a private group for family and friends who have lost a loved one to bowel cancer to support each other by sharing experiences.
- You may find it useful to read other people's experiences of managing their emotional wellbeing.