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Recognising the significance of cancer language on emotion health.

How often do people stop to consider the #emotional consequences of a word. I’m hoping by sharing a result like this, more people make the time to learn to become more aware of such consequences of words. (More on that … Continue reading

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An Englishman’s Daughter

Over 90 years ago, an Englishman came to India and fell in love, literally. He married a local girl and in 2019, their daughter, now well into her 80s, asked me this question: “Can you show me my soul?” I … Continue reading

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Is the Warrior Mind a Worrier Mind?

This is a question that I am asking you to answer for yourself. Why, because this is a very personal aspect of someone’s emotional health, especially when they are living with a life-altering diagnosis, such as cancer. Therefore this post … Continue reading

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A Beautiful Mind

I’m sharing the following post, which I recently shared with a community of people on Facebook, and like my father who set up this website did, in an attempt to express some thoughts that may be of use and help … Continue reading

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His Masters Voice and The Kings Speech – The Connection?

I find it amazing & wonderful how a thought can arise simply because of a single comment that another person just happens to have made in conversation, which is perhaps an e.g. of “the whole is greater than the sum … Continue reading

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Waiting for a bus….

The other evening, I was attempting to think of an analogy that might offer a way to explain the feeling that, for me anyway, is often associated with the anxiety that accompanies the build up to the annual scan to … Continue reading

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Living through uncertainty

I wanted to share a thought with you this morning. The realisation starting to hit me that I am feeling a little more anxious at the moment. I then accepted that I find this time of year a little tricky. … Continue reading

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