22
Feb
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Ultimate Lifestyle Tips For Hypothyroid Patients

Is there a way to live well with hypothyroidism? Certainly, there are lots of ways to lead yourself an overall healthy lifestyle and that includes eating well and exercising. But, not only those, there are more things you can do to live well with hypothyroidism. Eat well and exercise! Being diagnosed with hypothyroidism can make […]

20
Feb
To My Dear Friend, Just Live Your Life to the Fullest

To My Dear Friend, Keep Living Your Life to the Fullest

This is not a goodbye letter. When I had cancer 3 years ago, I thought to write a goodbye letter, in case, I can’t make it (living a long life, you know). And, so, I wrote one and sent to my Mom. But, yeah! Here I am – living a life with a purpose. I […]

4
Feb
Post Care After Radiation Treatment. Photo by Miguel Bruna on Unsplash

Post Care After Radiation Treatment

Radiation therapy is the use of high-energy x-rays or other particles to destroy cancer cells. Only a doctor who specializes in giving radiation therapy to treat cancer is called a radiation oncologist. A radiation therapy regimen, or schedule, usually consists of a specific number of treatments given over a set period of time. Why radiation […]

11
Jan
A Calming Voice, a Helping Hand: Love and Financial Advice for a Bereaved Senior. Courtesy of Pixabay.com.

A Calming Voice, a Helping Hand: Love and Financial Advice for a Bereaved Senior

People who lose a spouse are caught in a kind of harsh dual reality. On one hand, you’re dealing with what’s probably the most tragic event of your life, the emotionally-crippling loss of a spouse. At the same time, you’re faced with a list of financial and legal concerns, many of which may be completely […]

22
Oct
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How To Deal An Emotional Pain When Someone You Love Has Cancer

When the news comes in your house that your spouse, sibling, parent or anyone you love the most in your life has cancer it brings you also to an emotional trauma. No one ever likes to hear the 6-letter word cancer. Upon hearing those words is like tearing anyone’s heart apart and even you too […]

21
Oct
The Cancer Voice Asia | Find Strength In Your Pain | Photo by Gabriel Matula on Unsplash

Find Strength In Your Pain

PAIN: Feel it, live it, embrace it, and learn from it. For some people who suffer pain 24/7, it just takes it out of them not just physically but emotionally and mentally. It just drags them down more and more, the worst thing about is, it’s never going away. I would like to share two […]

4
Sep
The Cancer Voice Asia | Could You Spare Some Time For A Quick Chat?

Could You Spare Some Time For A Quick Chat?

Have you ever asked yourself, “What can I do with my time that is important?” I can never think about the past that my parents became very successful in their endeavors in life. Before my father died, he was unemployed for years, ended up selling animals while suffering from a heart disease and had unending […]

29
Aug
The Cancer Voice Asia | The sunflower is dedicated to every Sarcoma patients & survivors. Photo by Aaron Burden on Unsplash

I Find Meaning In Life After Healing From All Traumatic Experiences

There is more to life than being happy. You may say that I am one of the most unfortunate persons in the world that had experienced different life’s prejudice one after another. Well, you are right, I am one of them and also one of them that make these traumatic events help me grow as […]

16
Aug
The Cancer Voice Asia | You need to make a lifestyle change. Photo by Brooke Lark on Unsplash.

Healthy Living Tips From An Avid Gym Bunny

An Avid Gym Bunny Meet Zoe, a 30-year-old avid gym bunny from the UK.  If you could imagine yourself now being a shy and doubtful person, take Zoe for example, once she has always been the one who felt not confident enough, not good enough, was anxious and very, very shy. Now if you met her […]

2
Aug
The Cancer Voice Asia | It is okay to break apart. Photo by chuttersnap on Unsplash.

It’s Okay To Break Apart

Cancer has taught me that it’s okay to break apart. There was not a single day that I was always crying when I found out for the first time that I had cancer. I could not talk to anyone because each time I see people around me, I can still manage to smile and laugh […]