Psychological support can be a helpful complement to the care you receive from your doctor and you may find it useful to get additional help from other cancer support groups. Contact with others who have had thyroid cancer - via local support groups for instance - can be a great help, since they will know what you are going through and can therefore lend very practical advice and help. Your doctor may also be able to recommend local support groups or resources to you.
"In 2000 a lump appeared in my neck. It caused no discomfort, but I couldn’t help noticing it time after time. So eventually I went to see my GP."
Take time to learn about your treatment options and be sure to ask questions about things that are unclear.