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.
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.
I’ve just handed in the heart monitor that I had on for 24 hours and I am so thankful to be free of it! It was quite small – not as heavy as the one I had on a few years ago – but rather than clipping on to my waistband, it was in a little bag that went over my shoulder.
Wondering how you’re gonna work out post cancer surgery? I’ve got some tips on what to do…
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 this picture of myself.
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.