[CANCER] A Few Updates from #WaitingRoomFeet

So, it's been quite a lot of #waitingroomfeet over the past few week or so... Scans I had an Echocardiogram last Tuesday, and an MRI scan last Wednesday. I was told the echo was fine whilst in the clinic - but the MRI - I was due to see Dr C on 20th Jan - too long to wait, so I asked when I would know! And the results had already come back yesterday -…

#EmptyShelf19: October Books

Well, a slow, but quality month of reading - I'm partway through several other books, but this is the only one that I've finished - and it was an important one to feed into our joint session at #PremDac19: Finding God in a Culture of Fear by Joanne Cox-Darling My rating: 5 of 5 stars I’ve been wanting to read this since it came out, and knowing that I’m doing a session with Joanne at…

[CANCER] Completing the @MaggiesCentres ‘Living with Stress’ Course

So, yesterday I finished a 6-week course at Maggie's on 'managing stress'. The course is designed for those who have had a diagnosis of cancer (or those close to them), as diagnosis, surgery, treatments, and ongoing treatment are all 'difficult and testing times' - leading to extra stress, intense emotion, tiredness and irritability:   Week 1: Stress and Breathing We talked about theories around stress, and the fact that cancer leaves you at a 'higher…
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