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  • Blog Post: Murderous Dreams

    Today is my last day at work before I go off for a break and get myself geared up for a slightly less pressured start to radiotherapy. I nearly skipped out of the door but of course I feel awful for going off, even on annual leave in case anyone needs anything. Seriously need to care a bit less about...
  • Blog Post: End of life shouldn’t mean end of choice

    Planning for end of life isn’t easy. The one thing most of us want is the choice to die at home, surrounded by our loved ones and with the care and support we need. Some of you may have been watching the TV series My Last Summer . It follows five terminally ill people as they talk frankly about...
  • Blog Post: The Gift of Radiotherapy

    Yep you heard me, I am bloody thrilled! I had my appointment with the haematologist this morning (not that I keep banging on about it or anything) and went through the results of the tests. They took more blood but I guess that's part of their interest so why not. My lovely haematologist told...
  • Blog Post: The difference between the real and imagined symptoms

    I'd hoped if I slept on it I might be a little less crazy but erm apparently not! I am somewhat proud of myself for being able to talk myself out of a panic attack before it took over (and anyone at work could notice) but I am still no less convinced of new and scary lumps and bumps on my body. Little...
  • Blog Post: Not a Good News Im Afraid

    Not a Good News Im Afraid .... http://mystageiv.blogspot.co.uk I seem to be constantly drifting between "prison" and "freedom". I sat on the bench the other day and this picture reminded me of my life at the moment .... One side is representing freedom and the other...
  • Blog Post: The Beginning!

    Welcome to My Journey of horror. This blog is about my journey in coping with a dying parent. I am completely new to this and have no idea what this blog will turn out to be. But I am sharing this journey for 2 main reasons. I would love to gain support fro people who are gong through what I am and can...
  • Blog Post: Sad but Uplifting....

    Uplifting and Sad Story Only a few minutes long but well worth of watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JOiZiIWQHRA Added by: http://mystageiv.blogspot.co.uk
  • Blog Post: My story...

    My father was diagnosed with renal cancer last year, and has since has an operation to remove the infected kidney (left). At first we didn't believe the diagnosis because he didn't seem 'sick'. But knowing the risks we (the family) vocalised the risks of not having the surgery to my father...
  • Blog Post: Well worth a watch

    You should see "Dying to Live" on BBC3 iplayer. bbc.in/1obkSTB Its an incredible and heartbreaking story behind Kris's charity CoppaFeel and gives an insight of what its like living with terminal illness. http://mystageiv.blogspot.co.uk
  • Blog Post: A Little Bit of Cancer Humour in Those Dark Days ...

    A Little Bit of Cancer Humour in Those Dark Days ... Even at the most horrible times in our life we do manage to find a little things that make us smile. My friend Silvi was diagnosed with her rare blood disorder, type of a cancer. Less than 10 years ago around christmas time, she ended up...
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