Tag: Cancer

‘I want to go back to where the Angels are.’ The day my Daughter told me she wanted to die.

The day my 8 year old daughter told me she wanted to die, was quiet. She was sitting at the table working on her mindfulness colouring book. I knew her headache was bad, that was why my five year old Maryam was playing in the fairy garden in the late afternoon sun, but she was…

Toxic Homes: ‘EMF’s, Dirty Electricity-why we are leaving the City for Health Reasons

My craving for the countryside is physically tangible and has been growing in intensity since Hana was diagnosed with her brain tumour. It started with the occasional whim that I wanted to move back to the UK (greenery!) and gradually become something so intense I feel it in my gut, and arms and fingers –…

“Love Yourself, and that includes your Cancer.” – Why our Daughter is NOT Fighting Cancer

The words slip out automatically – ‘We have another battle on our hands,’ ‘We’re going to fight this together.’ It’s the cancer lingo,  jargon everyone uses to talk about cancer. The implication that Cancer is the foreign body, the enemy inside, something to be battled, fought, rallied against and…hated. Hated? I’ve used these words with…

Introducing Dr John Hart & ‘Compounded’ – For Brain Tumour Survivors interested in Oxytocin and Bio-identical Hormone Replacement

After I published ‘A Plea to Scientists Worldwide: Study Oxytocin for Brain Tumour Survivors Please!’ I began to get messages from brain cancer survivors  all over the world who are interested in trying Oxytocin either themselves or for their children. Many have been following my own journey trialling Oxytocin with my six year old daughter…