Laughter with Cancer
May 23, 2017 12:57:45

D708: PRESENTING AT RINGWOOD PROSTATE CANCER SUPPORT GROUP

My first of being a guest speaker at a cancer support group. I have a feeling this won’t be my last.

I have been wanting to create a positive focused support group for my cancer circle. I’m putting this out there for the universe to conspire to make this happen.

I’m humbled when the people came up to say how I have inspired them to stay positive in their journey. I was the youngest in the room. Yet, cancer taught me something beyond my age.

It’s beautiful to see these men talk openly about their story.

I love the fact that there are women in the room too. Patient is not the only one who deals with cancer. It is a family affair.

I’m grateful to be surrounded with so much love and hugs. What a beautiful group of people.

Reminder for men to get yourself checked (especially if you are over 50).

Prostate cancer is the most common cancer among Australian men.

23.05.17

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Laughter with Cancer
May 23, 2017 06:32:24

This year, I vow to run/be in 50 events in a year to share my message of happiness.

Tonight will be my 22nd events. I will be the guest speaker at Ringwood’s Prostate Cancer Support Group.

This will be my first as speaker at a cancer support group. I am planning to share an idea to give cancer patients in dealing with the challenges positively.

Just wondering how many of you have attended any support group. What would you like to get out of a support group? I would love to hear it and make tonight even more beneficial for those who attend.

Love and hugs,
Nat x

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Laughter with Cancer
May 23, 2017 06:15:58

Passing this on for my survivor friends. Peter Mac is running a range of free events during the survivorship week.

I highly recommend going to Wellness and Life After Cancer forum if you are a survivor.

It is fascinating how many of us get the feeling of being lost and abandoned after completing treatment.

There is no guide on how to deal with cancer and post cancer.

There is no right and wrong way.

It is comforting to hear how everyone else feels the same way too.

https://www.petermac.org/events/cancer-survivorship-week-survivors

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Laughter with Cancer
May 22, 2017 23:23:50

Sharing this healing light meditation for you.

Meditation and visualisation have been shown to help.

If you feel too weary, simply take a deep breath…

When I was in extreme pain, I would focus on taking a deep breath in and letting go.

Breathing works with your parasympathetic to reduce pain.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j5F5i5OW_xo

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Laughter with Cancer
May 22, 2017 23:17:43

As cruel as cancer is, it makes the beautiful people shines even brighter.

Thank you for sharing your beautiful words Geraldine <3

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Laughter with Cancer
May 22, 2017 12:30:29

D707: LOOK UP…

There are so many ways to look at life.

Which way will you choose ?

This is what I saw when I look up…

#60secondswisdom #laughterwithcancer

22.05.17

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Laughter with Cancer
May 22, 2017 05:15:16

Paul Kalanithi was diagnosed with inoperable lung cancer. One day he was a doctor treating the dying, the next he was a patient struggling to live.

Thank you, Paul, for sharing your light…

https://goo.gl/KSGKOW

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