So recently I learnt about the consequences of complacency. And sadly it was my son that bore those consequences which broke my heart. We have been so careful about what we have told the children about my myeloma over the … Continue reading →
Reaching out to a friend When you feel overwhelmed by chemo side effects such as pain, fatigue, or nausea; When you forgo private gatherings and public events for quiet time in your room; When you use your phone to check … Continue reading →
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Memories slipping away Chemo treatment and living with multiple myeloma + anemia have reduced my cognitive abilities to remember things, recognize people, and recall information. I rely on calendars digital notes, and memory cues to help me through each day. … Continue reading →
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As you’ll be aware if you’re a regular reader, there hasn’t been much ‘regular’ reading going on here for some time. But, today is the four year anniversary of my myeloma diagnosis, so it warrants acknowledgement at the very least. … Continue reading →
Originally posted on Wendy’s World:
How many times have I heard that I could get run over by a bus any time or other such platitudes about how none of us know when our number is up when I…
I’ve put off writing this post for a few weeks because I’ve been getting my own head around the ramifications, before sharing it with the world and having to deal with people’s reactions, as much as anything else. At my … Continue reading →