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I’ve Been Gone + Update

Some of you may have realised that I haven’t uploaded a blog in quite some time. I can only apologise for my absence but I’m sure most of you, if not all of you, will understand. In a quick synopsis: I’ve been on holiday to Spain, I’ve passed my driving test, Christmas happened, I’ve upped…

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The Cancer Reminders

I’ve been trying to live my life after being diagnosed (and put into remission) with lymphoma. The more I look back, the further away it feels… but a simple reminder can take me back to that dark place instantly. I haven’t been avoiding the cancer circus, but trying to live a life where I don’t…

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25th May, One Year Onward

One year ago today I received confirmation of my cancer diagnosis; primary mediastinal large diffuse b-cell lymphoma. I’ve completed the most awful, horrific, and brutal treatments over the past year, I honestly wouldn’t wish it upon my worst enemy. 1 cancer diagnosis 1 bronchoscopy/biopsy 1 collapsed lung 2 weeks in hospitals 2 days in intensive…

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Wiggin’ It

Losing my hair to cancer was a massive shock to me… for some reason, it didn’t cross my mind that I would lose my hair until they mentioned it to me. You lose your identity, and cancer takes that away from you. But fear not, once I braved the shave, I never looked back. We’re…

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Scanxiety – Poem

An uncontrolled state of mind, the intoxicating sobriety and the induced anxiety. The feeling of the unknown is bliss, but both are brutally co-existing. The evil and the good, tugging the rope of war, battling the thoughts inside my brain. Push and they pull, tethering the nervousness. Picking me apart like pigeons in a park.…

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My Guide to a PICC Line

The first thought that ran through my mind when the doctor mentioned that I needed a PICC line was: what on earth is a picc line? I didn’t bother asking at this point as I knew it was happening just before I get discharged from the ward and that was in a few days. It…

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Survivors Guilt

I’ve been contemplating writing this blog ever since I was diagnosed. It’s a subject that actually means a lot to me, and it’s been playing on my mind for quite some time. Any life threatening situation can have a massive impact on your mental health and it’s so important that we talk about that and…

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Chemotherapy: The Finale

My last round, number six, hooray! It came with a mixture of emotions: excitement, nervousness, and relief. Due to work, my mum only managed to come to my very first chemotherapy, so I was relieved she was coming to my last one. She had never been to a normal chemotherapy session, as the first one…

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