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The Importance of cancer support via social media

The Importance of cancer support via social media

Since I was introduced to the world of social media, I could immediately see how powerful it might be. Certainly, like any new tool, you have to learn how to use it properly, to get the best from it. Which takes time. With trial and error you will find what it does well, and what it does, not so well. Coming from a business background, and attempting to always keep things simple, I couldn’t see what wasn’t to like, by connecting like minded people, across the world. Once I found myself taken hostage by cancer, I applied similar rules here. If I can’t find physical help for what I need, let me look on the net! I couldn’t find what I felt was required, so I thought I would try and create something. People

Celebrating life and sharing the legacy

Celebrating life and sharing the legacy

The last few weeks have been particularly tough for me mentally. After more than 6 years on my ‘bumpy journey,’ I have seen so many heart breaking situations, many personal, but plenty from friends and colleagues. I have often thought that I have experienced so much in the cancer environment, that there surely can’t be anything left that can shock me and pull on my heart strings. But there always is!! Ironically, my personal health has been the steadiest it has been for some time. The good weather has finally arrived, and the constant threat of colds, flu and chest infections, has subsided for the time being. My maintenance treatment is keeping me mobile, and I am slowly peeping back into the real world again, although with caution, I might add!

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