Life & Cancer

Break free from the emotional pain of your cancer experience.

 

Has your cancer experience left you feeling exhausted, confused or low?

The cancer experience is an extraordinary one and once the treatment is over, you can find yourself out of sorts. You perhaps feel different but you can’t quite put your finger on what exactly is wrong.

People sometimes just carry on with life but find that they are functioning below capacity. If that’s you, you might be feeling so many different emotions that your head is buzzing and you find it hard to concentrate.

Finding peace of mind is essential and my 5-step Peace of Mind Blueprint is designed to help you deal with the emotional and mental side-effects of your cancer experience. I developed this blueprint after my treatment for bowel cancer in 2016 when I found that there was a lot of white noise in my head. I noticed that apart from the physical effects like fatigue and aching body, I felt restless and I was more anxious generally. I was preoccupied by the thought “What if it comes back?”.

As a trained grief volunteer and certified Grief Recovery Specialist®, I recognised that I was grieving. So I used my training and years of experience working with grievers to devise a 5-step process for those who have experienced cancer. Through my 2-day workshop, you will meet others who’ve experienced cancer and will be given tools that will give you lasting peace of mind. It is possible to let go of the pain and worry and to live well despite cancer.

If you also find yourself at a crossroads or feel that your life is about to shift in some way, I have designed a 5 or 7 day retreat to help you figure out what your next step is and how to live well.

Contact me for a chat.