When you’ve had cancer, it seems as though anything that comes afterwards couldn’t possibly compare. I mean, you’ve had cancer. It’s a huge thing to overcome & after you’ve been through all the treatment and the operations, you don’t think you could ever feel worse in your life. Advertisements
Hey lovely people, I thought I’d share this information with you guys because the impact of this news has encouraged me to change my whole lifestyle and you may see more health/fitness related things popping up on my blog in the future. I really hope that you don’t mind 🙂 So, let’s take it back … More Speaking From The Heart | News
Hey lovely people, I hope you’re all doing okay. This week, I’ve been reading a couple of articles about the language we use when we talk about cancer. It’s something I’ve been thinking about over the past few months, especially as I write for this blog.
Hey lovely people! I hope you’re all doing well, I recently wrote an article about anxiety and how I cope with it for a fab mental health charity called Stigma Fighters.
Hey guys! Hope you’re all good! I recently came across One Year After My Chemo on Instagram & thought it was such a fantastic idea – people who had battled cancer could show how far they have come & give hope to those still fighting. I decided to check out their website & sent off … More One Year After My Chemo & LATCH! | Wellbeing
First and foremost, your health is the priority here. Try not to stress out about taking time off work – a lot of your energy needs to go into getting better.
Not only does cancer affect your health, it affects your whole way of life. It is overwhelming at first – health worries, financial worries, ‘what will the rest of my life be like’ worries! There’s so much information to take in & everything seems to be thrown into madness mode.
While you’re in hospital, the same four walls can be very, very boring. Sometimes, it’s nice to make future plans & give yourself something to look forward to – they don’t have to be big or extravagant, just organising a get-together with friends can give you a focus. Or if you’re too tired, ask someone else to … More Looking Ahead | Cancer Advice
Although there seems to be a lot of people around at times like this, it is easy to feel isolated as very few people will know how you are really feeling. Relatives & friends will inevitably worry about you. Because you’re not looking like your usual self, they may not believe you when you say you’re … More Feeling Alone | Cancer Advice
Your appearance can change dramatically while you are going through treatment. It can be a shock when you look in the mirror & see a version of you that you’re not used to – but don’t freak out! It can be a perfect excuse to experiment with all kinds of looks!