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Keep an ongoing journal of your experiences and share with members of the community.

Latest Entries
  • Community News Blog

    "I am just persevering" - Shaun's story

    This week, we’re sharing Shaun’s journey with cancer, in his own words. We’ll also be sharing his wife Janet’s story on Community news . In November 2019, I had two of my upper teeth taken out at my dentist. In the following days I noticed a swelling...
  • Colin and Me

    Fighting battles

    Over the last two weeks a client and I have been in a battle as to how he has decided to dispense with my services. It’s a long, boring story suffice to say he has been using his partner’s illness (the big C) as an excuse for his shoddy behaviour. Today...
  • Hartley26's blog

    Week 1

    So it’s been just over a week since my surgery. It’s been a tough one for me, I’m not good at just sitting around doing nothing. I have had good days and bad days. Today is a good day. Tuesday was a bad day. I had to buried my best friend my mum. Then...
  • Glioblastoma multiforme (GBM4) Brain Cancer 1

    May 2020

    4 th month of chemo and managed to get through it mostly ok. No sickness or even nausea this time and still managed to eat fine but it did wipe me out and the last few days and good couple days afterwards felt like I hadn’t slept! I suppose it could be...
  • Facing the future: Together

    Preparing for Chemotherapy

    With the Covid19 positive test, the preparations for chemotherapy could be hindered, Dal had to have another Corona-virus test, He was registered with one of the London Cancer Hospitals and thankfully they were prepared to meet him immediately, an appointment...