After a much longer than expected hiatus from my blogging to focus on my health, I am plugged back in; fully charged; looking forward to sharing more of my learning’s and experiences from this incredible ‘breast cancer’ journey.
Finally, I have been able to gain internet access to share with you another occurrance that has added to the list of the many wonderful things
I’m sure I’m not the only one whose head launches into a rendition of ‘I believe in miracles…where you from’ (the 1975 hit by Hot Chocolates ‘You Sexy Thing’) when reading the title of this blog.
I have heard many acronyms for fear in years past and most of them with a negative undertone
If I were able to chart my brain right now it would have certainly more peaks and troughs than the recent history of our Australian Stock Exchange.
With all the negativity happening in the world right now there is nothing quite like the innocence and love from a child that can turn despair and helplessness into joy and motivation.
Stress is such as broadly used term these days. We hear of stress management, stressed out, biological stress, environmental stress, post traumatic stress. Hans Selye a scientist and pioneer of stress wrote of stress theory back in the early 1930’s. Interestingly the introduction of this term coincided with the Great Depression.
What I am about to share with you is quite profound and goes back to one of my first blogs on emotions the missing link. I am now more convinced than ever!
We all know too well the experiences of being ‘hormoanal’! Each month us ladies go on our emotional rollercoaster and partners, families and colleagues are most likely testament to this ride.
There’s no I in team, or is there…?
It has been the strangest couple of weeks for me and a complete emotional rollercoaster.
I was about to complete my blog on Estrogen and the very big part it plays in breast cancer when a flood of emotions washed over me and the little voice said ‘you know what lets get back to the human side of cancer for a minute’.
I fought with my mum ever since I had formed an opinion, which was possibly even before I had learned to talk.
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