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As well as sharing experiences with our friendly online community, registered members are able to contact our experienced online team. The Centre is staffed during office hours and the online team aim to reply within 24 hours.

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Topic 'Today I am feeling' - managing emotions

Share how you are feeling and swap tips for managing stress with other members and the online team

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  • Evening everyone, Hope you are all well. I was diagnosed with lynch syndrome in January this year following my bowel cancer diagnosis in June 201...

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  • I have to make a decision by Friday (23/03/18) on whether to go ahead or not with chemo for my stage 3 bowel cancer - I would be very interested in...

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  • After her husbands diagnosis of terminal cancer , we are looking for any people in the area of Torbay who would like to meet up socially. .? Coffee...

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  • How is everyone today, well I am back to sleepless nights. Such a busy head after our son in laws terminal diagnosis three weeks ago, if you just t...

  • Hi, I'm new here. I just thought I'd try to get some help as I don't know anymore how to cope with things. I don't even know if that's the correct ...

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  • That's just it! That's how I feel. NOTHING seems to go to plan, nothing is easy anymore, EVERYTHING is about Cancer! I'm sick of it. I have appoin...

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  • Hello, Not quite sure how to start out this post, but it would have been mums birthday on the 19th of this month and of course mothering sunday th...

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  • Hi, Has anyone had experiance of quetiapine? I've been taking it for 5 days and feel so drugged up. It has been prescribed alongside fluoxetine wh...

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  • Hi not quite sure how to start this but here goes. I had a bleed after being 10 years post menopause and a fortnight later exactly have hospital te...

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  • Hi does anyone else have needle phobia..any good tips how to deal with it. I shocked my long term follow dr for ALL. That I had managed to avoid bl...

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  • Anyone diagnosed with carcinoid tumours

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  • i cant get my father to eat he on his second round of chemo its so hard

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  • I just wanted to wish Robyn, Sue and everyone else at Maggie's a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! You all do such an amazing job and I fo...

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  • Saw my Onc Tuesday she asked me why I have never aasked about time. I'm on my 2nd cycle of Eribulin at reduced dose. Have scan on 19th Jan seems if...

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  • I was at the Christie yesterday and I was told I have cancer. I feel scared and very tearful at the moment all I can think is I am going to die. Th...

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    hi, my husband who has advanced prostate cancer ( 9 yrs) has been told he will be getting chemo early january .. we are so worried as we have been ...

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  • Hi All, My husband has duodenal cancer, mets to liver. First symptoms started in November 16. He's having a hard time. On 2nd cycle of chemo but a...

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  • My mum was recently (Tuesday last week) diagnosed with TPLL, mum had been ill for some time and had a diagnosis about 4/5 years ago of leukaemia so...

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  • I was diagnosed with throats cancer yesterday and my world feels like it has fallen apart. Im 51 with 2 children 29 and 21. I am worn out from cry...

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  • Hello there. I due to start my first chemo end of the week but I feel I have a cold coming? Will that stop my treatment?

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  • Hi, my name is Sandra, I'm new to this site and very nervous as to what to say about myself. I am currently having chemotherapy and am struggling w...

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  • Hello all, Im glad to find this site, via some info on the 'beating bowel cancer' forum, at the end of August 17' I did a bowel cancer screening te...

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  • Hi - I hope you guys dont mind me posting this on here.

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  • Emm ... Bit anxious this week ... Last year I was diagnosed with Bladder cancer. Had no idea all ! a tremendous shock ! Had turb op & I doze of...

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  • Hi there  i was told about this site by my girlfriend and i just wanted to tell my story and get some advice really. i might babble on a bit....

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  • Today i am feeling lost. My mum got diagnosed with secondary bowel cancer 18m ago , 1 month before my first child was born. Over the last 18m we ha...

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  • Hello I am new to this site . My husband is 61 years old and has 6 weeks ago out of the blue been diagnosed with transitional cell carcinoma that h...

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  • Hello all.  Like many people here, I am currently feeling overwhelmed.  I was diagnosed with stage 3 bowel cancer (6 of 26 lymph nodes af...

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  • Hello I'm 39 diagnosed with cancer in April this year and I'm now halfway through gruelling chemo I am high risk due to the amount of cancer in my ...

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  • Hiya i am new to this site and going trough a bit of a tough time. I have had hysetrectomy in april so i am still rcovering. I have been told ...

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  • I was diagnosed with Primary breast cancer in March and had a mastectomy on April 7th. Five days later I was admitted to hospital and had emergency...

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  • About 3 weeks ago i had an chest xray as i had a persistant cough, and they found a shadow on my left lung, thats when the whirlwind started within...

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  • My wife has no longer treatable Lukemia.  She is at home with me (her husband) as her carer.   She is still recieving care to "keep ...

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  • Today a week after husbands diagnosis I completely broke down at work. I have been advised to sign up to Maggie's to get emotional & practical supp...

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  • Hello Stan, Welcome to Maggie's Online Centre.... I realise that you're hoping to hear from anyone else who has had mouth cancer, but in the mean...

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  • I feel like a bit of a prodigal son as it's a long, long time since I was on the Maggie's online site. I am still a regular at my home Maggie's in ...

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  • Hi, not quite sure where to start but here goes. 4 weeks ago I was diagnosed with DCIS after a routine mammogram. I had a lumpectomy just over 2wks...

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  • Diagnosed with breast cancer January, lumpectomy and radiotherapy now told to go away and come back in 6 months for follow ups. Finding it very...

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  • Feeling all over the place right now. Today my wife is finally having a total nephrectomy after being diagnosed in early january with advanced rena...

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  • Not sure what to put as I am new to this. Had hysterectomy in June 2015 for womb cancer. It was all delt with very quickly. Feb had bleed went to g...

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    If you would like to know more about stress - the signs, what causes it and also gain confidence in strategies to manage it then you may be interes...

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  • As my header says, I'm new to Maggies and Robyn has enlightened me to the fact that my profile remains hidden until I get involved in a conversatio...

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  • What initially was a dental concern is now being considered for cancer. My husband has a large polyp in his right maxillary sinus and we wait for b...

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  • With Christmas just days away I wanted to take the opportunity to Wish Robyn, Sue and all the other online staff A VERY HAPPY CHRISTMAS! I hope you...

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  • I had a total hysterectomy for Endometrial Cancer two weeks ago. I have been told the cancer was Grade 2 contained in the womb, with no spread to o...

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  • Hi, not sure if I am ready for this but here goes.... On a trip to optician after experiencing some flashing lights occaisionally over eyes for cou...

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  • Hi, I've recently finished chemo for breast cancer, and started radiotherapy on Tuesday. I fully expected this to be a breeze after chemo, and all ...

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    We have some places available for our online Living with less stress course which runs on Wednesday evenings. You can find more information about t...

  • He is 34. How do I support him and his wife and children aged 5 &7?

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  • Hello I am Anna and my husband has liver cancer. We are hoping he will make it onto the transplant list next year. today I am having one of those d...

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  • Hi I'm am going for my results from my first ct scan tomorrow after being diagnosed with breast cancer grade3 . I am struggling, I'm not eating, sl...

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  • Turning 50 is a big enough deal already; doing it just days after 4th of 8 chemo (with mastectomy and lymph node removal still to come) is quite ho...

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  • I will start by apologising if this is a bit long winded. I had a biopsy on the first of July. A week later the consultant explained to me that I ...

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  • I suppose I'm lucky in that, having been diagnosed with CLL 4 yeas ago at the age of 48, I am under Active Surveilance and so far, I'm told, stable...

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    We have a few places remaining on our next Living with less stress online course which starts on Wednesday 14th September 6.30-7.30pm. You can find...

  • I found out three weeks ago I had breast cancer. Went to surgeon 10 days ago and was due to get surgery yesterday. My family and friends were une...

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  • Morning Diagnosed yesterday with breast and lymph node cancer.  I needed to be strong yesterday because family were upset but today I feel so...

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  • Second chemo session next week and hair is starting to fall out rapidly now ?? Any comments on what's best in wigs or hats would be welcome. ...

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  • I am becoming quite angry. Why? I'll tell you, or at least as much as I am allowed.  In January 2014 my wife felt unwell, March 2015 she died...

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  • I was diagnosed with breast cancer a couple of weeks ago, and I had surgery last Thursday. I am going back for the results in about 2 weeks. It sti...

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  • Hello seems to be the only word i can say without any emotions. my partner was diagnosed feb 2016 with lung cancer that had already spread to his l...

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  • My mum was diagnosed in February with a grade 4 glioblastoma (very aggressive brain tumour that is incurable) and I don't know what to do to help n...

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  • A week has gone by since my wife passed away and today I don't feel anything. Not sad, not weepy, not tired. Nothing! It feels very strange.

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  • Lost mum on 24th May, so still in early stages of grief but also having to deal with my dad who is in respite for dementia - looking at care homes ...

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  • I will be having a lumpectomy in two weeks followed by radiotherapy.  I have been taking letrozole to shrink the tumour and I do not need a ma...

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    I am trying to avoid mentioning the other C word  before Decemebr however  there are signs appearing in shops and in the media.  It ...

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  • Struggling with my image and seeing close friends even though I'm fully aware they won't judge me. But sitting there fiddling with my scarf or wig ...

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  • Hello my mum has had a portal vein embolization 6 weeks ago with the hope of an operation to take away the bile duct / gallbladder cancer she has ...

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  • I have been on Arimidex for nearly 3 years after stage 3 breast cancer and have been coping with most of the side effects quite well. Lately though...

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    We still have a couple of places remaining in our next Living with less stress  7 week online course starting on Monday 7th March. The live s...

  • Having had my final chemotherapy session on Thursday I have found my affect effects (this week) to be more severe than any of my previous ones! ...

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  • Just joined, first post.  I have Splenic Marginal Zone Lymphoma and am currently on watch and wait after a splenectomy Dec 2011.  My husb...

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    Good morning everyone, Just a reminder that SusieQ and I are running our next Food For Thought on Wednesday 24th February at 12.30. This month we ...

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  • Can't explain properly but.here  it goes lost my partner 2 months ago .... feeling hurt lost lonely angry sad depressed  it goes on and o...

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  • Hello my friends, first time on here, I have secondary bowel cancer, incurable. I am coming up for my fourth cycle of chemo. I have two beautiful t...

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  • Today I had the meeting I have been waiting for. In many ways I have come away very positive for the future despite them confirming that bowel canc...

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  • My Soulmate Alison was cruelly taken from me & my 2 sons on the 20th January 2016 She was first diagnosed with Ovarian Cancer back last February &...

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  • 6 weeks ago my wife was diagnosed with grade3 cancer in the womb,she has since had a hysterectomy are now waiting on results how do you overcome th...

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  • Hi i am new here and was diagnosed with grade 1 (they think but that could easily change i suppose) endometrial cancer. I've been pencilled in for ...

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    The return to work, busy schedules,hospital appointments (and all they bring) alongside feeling pressure to fulfil new year resolutions  can b...

  • Hello, their my first visit to this site and would really appreciate anyone's advise. I was diagnosed with invasive lobular breast cancer 5 days ag...

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    Hi everyone, Stress and cancer seem to go together like a toxic sandwich, with the person in the middle having many pressures going on. It could b...

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  • Hi, this is my first visit to the site and my first post. I was diagnosed with Primary Breast Cancer in Feb and have undergone chemotherapy, lumpe...

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    Whether you have been diagnosed with cancer or you are supporting someone else you may find it helpful to learn more about different ways to manage...

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    Are you feeling overwhelmed or perhaps finding it difficult to manage  the thoughts and worries and uncertainties in your life ? Whether you ...

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    Are you  feeling overwhelmed, stressed  or anxious ? if so you may be interested in finding out more about managing stress. We have a fe...

  • Hi Spent yesterday at the hospital with my sister who has a whole host of medical conditions including primary brain tumour (all in my blog ?). An...

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  • Hi this is my 1st time online. I was diagnosed with secondary breast cancer in both lungs in Dec 2013 ha ing been "cancer free" for 16 years. ...

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  • My partner of 32 years underwent a mastectomy two years ago. I thought it was the worst time of my life. About four months ago, my partner had a ba...

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  • Really struggling, my head is full of questions, worries, doubts ... my husband has decided that he doesnt want to stay in our marriage - as I am n...

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  • I have recently had surgery, Chemo and radiotherapy for stage 3 cancer of the Bartholins gland. My surgery involved removing the tumour and the l...

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  • So as some of you know, I told you a few months ago how one of my family members has stage 3 breast cancer, well she's just had the 4th chemo in he...

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  • Diagnosed with secondary bone cancer a couple of weeks ago. Primary breast cancer 2012. This round began with an unexplained fractured spine so I h...

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  • hi i am new to all this and hope someone can help me understand the feelings i am going through.  Ill give you a little background hubbie was ...

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  • Does anyone else have days where you just want to explode everything in your head at someone until someone walks into room and then it all suddenly...

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  • I went from standing on the terrace at football on 3rd December last year, to being told on 5th December that I had a cancerous tumour on my right ...

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  • Hi everyone, I was diagnosed with CLL in October 2010, since then I have been on watch and wait.  I had a bone marrow biopsy last October and ...

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  • Hi, I have had 7 chemos out of twelve already. ( early stage breast cancer) Mostly, I feel really good - even through chemo therapy. But now - for ...

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  • I'm new to this and don't even know where to start. My husband has Pancreatic Cancer, had a Whipples op in October 2014 and has been referred for C...

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    I get so angry and tearful before my check ups. My partner can't say or do anything right. It makes me feel bad how snippy I am but I sometimes d...

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  • I was diagnosed with Stage 3 esophageal cancer on December 27, 2011. As of today, I still am cancer free after a 9 month treatment plan and major s...

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  • I am two weeks away from my final chemo session (of eight) and am scared of what happens after that. I have stage 4 inoperable stomach cancer and t...

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  • I started off so accepting and in fact not particularly bothered. Something in my feelings has shifted and I feel guilty about it all of a sudd...

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  • I have been treated successfully for breast cancer: chemo, mastectomy, radiotherapy... All finished. I am back at work and all should be fine. Why ...

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  • Feeling better today after finally getting some sleep.. 3 nights straight awake after Mondays long chemo session and I felt like id been raving the...

  • Do you think anger is a stage most people go through at some point when they have had a cancer diagnosis? And do you think we are encouraged/allowe...

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  • I was diganosed with breast cancer a week ago and i can't stop crying today. I was told yesterday that my appointment with the plastic surgeon is n...

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  • It's precisely five years ago today since I started treatment for a metastatic gastrointestinal stromal tumour (GIST).  I had gone from workin...

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  • hi anyone who wants to read this today i feel lost my poor wfe is so tired all she wants to do id sleep (thats what she is doing now) i can not bla...

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  • Bit down at the moment as I have just finished RT for Prostate Cancer. My wife has had Breast Cancer twice, and is awaiting her 3rd set of dates fo...

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  • I have been living with cancer since 2010 and have had four operations to date and it looks like another two to come.  Stress is a big problem...

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  • Hi I'm 6 months post treatment for breast and ovarian cancer.  I was elated after the treatment finished to have it over with but now I just ...

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  • HI, I am new in Maggies on line centre. I have cancer and at the moment i am all over the place. Ive got it for the first time seven years ago, i ...

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  • I was diagnosed with CML in March and it was a frantic time with blood tests, bone marrow etc. I was put on Imatinib to which my blood did respond....

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  • Hi i was wondering if anyone has advice for me regards my salary, i have just been notified today i have been receiving half pay and i have a sick ...

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  • Today I am feeling good,best since my basil cell carcinoma operation 9 weeks ago.Ive been so low for a while,mainly started 2 weeks ago when the Su...

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  • Hello, I am a new member who would value some help/support.  My teenage son was diagnosed with cancer 18 months ago. He is doing fine, but I s...

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  • Wondering if anyone has looked into using Mindfulness as a way of dealing with stress and anxiety. I have done an introductory course online but wo...

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  • I am really interested in the link between cancer and excercise.  I have read that excercising reduces the risk of breast cancer returning but...

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  • Since my Dad was diagnosed with cancer in September, I started having nightmares.  Not every night, but 2-3 times a week. Last night I had on...

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  • My next R CHOP treatment is next week and already I am wondering how I am going to cope. I feel slightly nauseous already. The side effects are so ...

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  • Hi all iam Dave ,I was diagnosed in1997 with malignant melanoma from which i was cured but still have various bcc and scc tumours removed every few...

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  • I'm haveing difficulty getting back to work and myy  employer are being insensative to my needs.

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  • This is my first blog .so forgive me if I'm in the wrong place .How do  I get through the final days of my husbands cancer(one year since diag...

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  • I was diagnosed with advanced prostate cancer February 8th. Hormone treatment, with Zoladex, started immediately and two weeks later I started the ...

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  • This is my first time doing this. I've been thinking about going to my nearest Maggies Centre for a while and have been so busy I haven't got aroun...

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  • I have just joined here as a last resort. I was diagnosed with breast cancer a year ago, am single mother with a son aged two now. I just cant acc...

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  • Later today I'm off to hospital to see the results of my latest bone and CT scans aswell as some blood tests. After being diagnosed with advanced ...

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  • I started to get really bad headaches about February time this year. They were really bad and constant. I got them everyday without fail. If I was ...

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  • please some one talk to me

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  • Today I am feeling so angry, frustrated and bitter. I love my husband Dom so much but some days I feel like I am going to explode with all my ...

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  • i went to see my oncologist today thinking i would be just offered chemotherapy as everyone has said that its a wait and see game but my latest mri...

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  • My husband  was diagnosed T3b N2 rectal cancer this morning.  Am in shock.  I know it's not good and the surgeon was trying to ...

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  • Today I am feeling lost/confused.  Two weeks ago I was told I have a rare form of breast cancer.  I am a young mother with two beautiful ...

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  • In march 2009 at the age of 45 i was diagnosed with liver cancer .my parents visted in a hospital 50 miles away twice a day ,i left hospital march ...

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  • Feeling down despite having had diagnosis of breast cancer and having the tumour removed i think today the full impact has hit me. I joined Maggies...

  • In march 2009 at the age of 45 i was diagnosed with liver cancer .my parents visted in a hospital 50 miles away twice a day ,i left hospital march ...

  • Hi, Since yesterday I have been feeling pretty down! It was 16 months yesterday that my mum passed away :(I can't seem to shake this fee...

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  • Despite having advanced gastric cancer, I haven't had any pain until last week. Ironically, last session of chemo was just over 3 weeks ago so...

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  • I have multiple Myeloma diagnosed nov 2010. Initially 3 weeks in hospital.Since then I have had two lots of chemo lasting 11months and two months o...

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  • I had breast cancer 2 years ago and had mastectomy and chemo. No lymph nodes were involved. I am constantly thinking it will come back. How can I m...

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  • Yes, today I am feeling crap. After waiting for a month to get an appointment with the Psychologiest at my hospital I have missed it. I somehow got...

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  • Hi, feeling very alone, my husband died in August this year with colorectal cancer which we never knew he had, he had went into get his spleen remo...

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  • I lost my Dad on Monday, he had lung cancer and got Pneumonia. since we found out he was sick i have been getting stomach pains every so often. I k...

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  • I have been fortunate to know an expert counsellor, John Sparkes (a retired JP) who uses one's personal temperament mix with cognitive th...

  • Hi All, I wonder if anyone can share with me if they have had long bouts of fatigue a good way after chemotherapy and radio therapy has finished. ...

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  • Hello, am in my second round of chemo - docetaxel and experiencing 'orrible bone pain! (along with the other stuff:(  I am told it is one of t...

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  • I can't find a section for laughter, I know I may be missing it and that cancer is not funny. But we can be funny people with cancer. In more ways ...

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    On the news today it was reported that taking exercise for people with cancer would be a really good thing to do, so now the confusion comes in... ...

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    I was speaking with a friend today, we were remembering the things we loved to do when we were young/children. As a young girl i liked playing spo...

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  • Hi I listened to a radio programme the other day where people described their day in 3 words I was surprised at how much such a small amount ...

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  • Hi All, Has anyone been to the on line support groups Maggie's has to offer? I have been to the Living With Cancer Group on a tuesday evening 7pm ...

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  • Just found this site..so here goes! Had breast cancer twice already and this morning the doctor has referred me to the breast unit for a suspected...

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  • Ever been lied too? The difference between a lie to get out of trouble, and a lie that is a huge denial is colossal. So many conflicating tales of...

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  • I started dating a man casually, and a few months in he was diagnosed with a brain tumor. He's a lot older than me, and quickly I realized I didn't...

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    We have brought our 8yr old only grandchild to our caravan for a few days!! i was watching him this morning eating breakfast and chatting away, in ...

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  • Anyone who has looked at my blog will get the title. My head hurts all the time. Roll on Sunday....I need my fix of Top Gear.

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  • This is not a professional opinion, but i think when I am stressed and something bothers me and I don't deal with it then I overthink, defend befre...

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  • Over the weekend, and totally out of the blue, I bumped into an old friend who I worked with many years ago, and who I hadn't seen for over 16 year...

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  • I am sat here going back through my life and wouldn't change anything even my fight against this awful disease . I think it has made me stronger an...

  • I believe there is a strong need within each of us for silence, for reflection, for inner seeking. Perhaps some of us are too talkative, too inten...

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  • I have decided to have a mood wall, to help me de-stress.  I was going to paint it in different colours and shapes depending on how I feel but...

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  • It will be 6 months tomorrow since my wonderful husband passed away, I am feeling so lonely and cannot stop crying, I keep thinking this is just a...

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  • My big brother is in hospital today in prep for an operation to remove his voice box due to throat cancer, this is the second time in 18mnths he's ...

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  • I have been fighting breast cancer for a year, having had a mastectomy followed by chemo and then radiotherapy.  I then had another blip which...

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  • The blood tests that the oncologist  forgot were fine .   So the feeling of strangulation and severe discomfort round the portocath ...

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  • Has anyone any ideas how to cope with the lost and lonely feeling after losing a much loved wife?

  • thank you very much, I'm really confused, today we went for diagnosis. But what we got was ... no BCR-ABL results and lost FISH results? That w...

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  • Hi,    This is kind of a long shot, but here goes...    My dad was diagnosed almost a year ago with a single tumor in his...

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    Has anyone else noticed the recent cluster of TV coverage about cancer?  For Sky TV viewers you may have seen Brothers and Sisters and Grey's ...

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    So this is me today, bit fed up.  It's dark early, looks a bit damp out there, I've so much to do, not getting anywhere and would like a glass...

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    Going to visit my parents this weekend, been a while since I've seen them properly so looking forward to that.   Anyone else got nice plans fo...

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