Dealing with Depression, Anxiety or Emotional Ups & Downs

Cancer.org
The information in this guide will help families, friends, and caregivers know what feelings and behaviors they may expect from a loved one who has been diagnosed with cancer.
http://www.cancer.org/treatment/treatmentsandsideeffects/emotionalsideeffects/anxietyfearanddepression/anxiety-fear-and-depression-toc

Cancercare.org
Cancercare.org presents a workshop on post-treatment emotions of depression and sadness by Elizabeth McKinley, MD, MPH, Stewart Fleishman, MD and Guadalupe Palos, RN, MSW, DrPH
http://www.cancercare.org/connect_workshops/189-cancer_survivorship_2007-05-15

Dana Farber Cancer Institute
Feeling sad, lonely, or irritable after cancer treatment is common, but these feelings can become a problem if they interfere with daily life, says Karen Fasciano, a psychologist at Dana-Farber.
http://www.dana-farber.org/For-Adult-Cancer-Survivors/Experts-Speak-on-Survivorship-Topics/Depression-and-Anxiety-after-Cancer-Treatment.aspx

Living Beyond Breast Cancer
A guide to understanding the emotions associated with a breast cancer diagnosis and treatment
http://www.lbbc.org/Understanding-Breast-Cancer/Guides-to-Understanding-Breast-Cancer/Guide-to-Understanding-Your-Emotions

Living Beyond Breast Cancer
Provides information on how to cope with cancer related anxiety and depression in young women
http://www.lbbc.org/Learn-About-Breast-Cancer/Anxiety-and-Depression-In-Young-Women