The Psychology Of Persistence. How to Survive and Thrive
How to have persistence in the face of adversity is a question I am often asked about. How do you maintain your unwavering belief when things you do don’t seem to work or you fail at them? This question whilst relevant in all areas of life seems particular fraught around the subject of cancer, or living […]
How To Deal With Negative Thoughts When You Are Ill.
It is the truly the season of the lurge! I came down with flu on December 25th 2017. After 2 weeks in bed and a week recovering I thought I was done! Went to the gym, got a sauna, made a daily exercise plan, relieved that I could now get back to oxygenating my […]
What To Do When Taking Down A Tumour?
If you see me, you will see that I have lost a stone and a half, but I have to say I am feeling better than I have done for years. Physically and mentally. Working. I have a good feeling and a quiet glow. I don’t know if that is because I have been […]
Deep Diving in a Sea of Oxygen.
Happy New Year dear readers, may we all support each other and stand strong in these challenging times. May 2017 nourish and feed those who conciously try and make the world a better place for everyone. For myself – I am starting the new year with some fresh air of sorts. But not air from […]
10 Top Psychological Tips for Dealing With a Cancer diagnosis.
Hello dear reader, firstly let me tell you that on hearing the words cancer related to you and your person, or to some-one you know – either as a surety or a possibility – it is likely that you will feel like your world has collapsed and the chill of death has nipped the air […]
Fear is Power.
So I bought a one way ticket to the Jaws of Hell. It was quite easy and cheap. Le Gouffre d’Enfer can be reached with minimum fuss via Easy Jet and an hour car drive from Lyon. For those of you who know my predilection for the strange and the perverse this is probably no surprise. Yet […]