[CANCER] Coping with the Coronavirus when you are ‘vulnerable’, ‘high risk’ … and overseas #COVID19 #BusyLivingWithMets

It's like the world has a MAJOR case of Scanxiety ... the feeling that the other foot is just about to drop, huge amounts of uncertainty about what happens next, interrupted sleep... and, like cancer, swiftly having to get the hang of a new language - who knew what 'social distancing' was last month?! And this piece from 'Good Morning Britain' around now (also, keep an eye on fact-checking sites): Can we really 'turn the…

[SPEAKER] #PremDac19 – Digital Theology #TheBigC, with @RevJoanneCox

So, if you missed the session that Jo and I did at Premier Digital Conference 2019, the audio is now available via SoundCloud (you'll need to scroll to near the bottom of the page):   Slides are here: Digital Theology: The Big C #PremDac19 from Bex Lewis *Edit* In case the file gets removed, I've recorded (has that echoey feel from being recorded from laptop speakers): .

[LIFE/CANCER] Taking time in the #LakeDistrict with #RosiesBarn

It's about four weeks since my operation to remove my ovaries. Physically I am healing well, the scars are healing over well, I've not had any infections. I am still extremely exhausted/fatigued, so although the surgeon only signed me off work fro four weeks, the oncologist added another few weeks so I don't return to work til 10th February (this was expected). Mentally, I have given myself no space to stop, try and adjust to…

[CANCER] Time for another ‘big op’ – the oophorectomy #BusyLivingWithMets

So, it's over a week since my operation, and mostly I have been sleeping, sleeping, sleeping, a bit of TV, quite a bit of reading, and a lot of sleeping, interspersed by short visits from a few friends, and Pokewalks around the block... Anyway ... bit of a ramble coming up, may be TMI for some people (but might help others going through same procedure later), and warning, is a pic of what I think…
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