For People Living With Cancer
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Is stress increasing, in our lives today?

In the last five years, so many things have happened to me, both physically and mentally, that I often lie in bed, and struggle to come to terms with it all. When I look back, before my diagnosis, although I was approaching 50, in the pictures that I

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” I don’t need help, I’m a man! “

I have always been an obstinate man, and  thought that I knew best. To be fair, I have always listened to what others have had to say, but have generally gone with my own judgement in the end.  When you are a young man, all the testosterone is

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Volunteering, and the power of working together.

Volunteering, and the power of working together.

I’m sure that during the last few weeks you will have either read about, or experienced personally, the incredible work done by the volunteers and London Ambassadors, at the Olympic games. In many reports that I have seen and heard, it has been said that this was one

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How inspiration fuels our lives.

The subject for today’s post has been incredibly easy to choose! The word inspiration has been used frequently in recent weeks, particularly in regard to the Olympics. Maybe it is a word that gets over used these days, and we all use it slightly differently, so I found a

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Time, and how we choose to use it

Until my diagnosis, back in 2007, I was amongst the many people who never really gave time too much of a serious thought. I suppose that I was so busy in my own little bubble. I never really thought that it was limited! I imagined that it would

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Positivity, do you have it?

One of the most common phrases used by people talking to cancer patients is, ” You must stay positive!”  This is something that not only applies to people who are unwell, but everyone really.It has become a bit of a throw away line now, as it is

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Three words that can change your life forever!

I have now just passed the fifth anniversary of receiving my diagnosis and prognosis. I know that as the doctor told me those three words, I really didn’t comprehend the full impact that this would have on my life. Mr Lewis, ” You have cancer “, was

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Taking resonsibility for our own health

Taking resonsibility for our own health

I seem to have watched several tv programmes in the last few weeks, that have investigated the reason why people in Britain are becoming obese. We already know what is happening in other countries, but it appears that we seem to be following the trend. Even my

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