Relationships can become very complicated when cancer strikes a young couple. Parents may become over-involved or simply oblivious to the situation. Friends may still think it is okay to drop by anytime becuase "she looks good when I see her at the store". They may always want the latest information without realizing how intrusive it is to call and email every day. They don't understand how difficult it is for a spouse to hold it all together and still keep everyone informed. This section deals with providing information about your spouse's well-being without having everyone call/email you, practical ideas for accepting help, setting boundries for those who "don't quite understand", and most importantly, communicating with your spouse and children.