Thursday, January 26, 2012
Every time when I hear a relative, a friend or even an acquaintance died of cancer, my body would chill or I would feel goose bumps all over. The feelings of sadness over power me. How sad, how very sad it must be to have lost in the battle of fighting this disease. Just last year in 2011, I've lost an 8 year old relative of blood cancer (leukemia), my daughter's school friend also died of leukemia, a 49 year old friend of throat cancer, a friend's sister of breast cancer and a friend from the church of lung cancer.
I have two cancer patients that consulted me but have stopped seeing me mainly because they were confused of which treatment to use to 'cure' their sicknesses. Normally cancer patients will be in a state of confusion when loved ones thinking that they're helping trying to recommend them with all sort of methods to cure the cancer. Some will insist on conventional treatments such as chemotherapy and radiotherapy while others may be more inclined towards alternative treatments. I'm not saying that they should use homeopathy method of treatment, no. I only want cancer patients to have more information about their diseases and the options available out there of how to equip themselves with the right weapon to fight in this battle field.Here, I would like to share with you an Alternative Cancer Treatments (The Cancer Tutor Website): a website that could help whoever is looking for a second opinion. No, this is not about homeopathy, not at all. ;-)
Monday, January 9, 2012
Time flies very fast especially when you're enjoying life! Indeed 2011 had been a great year for me. It had been a year of some accomplishments, disappointments and as well as frustrations. Looking back, somehow I’m glad that I experienced all the ups and downs of what 2011 had offered me and now I’m looking forward to another great year in 2012.
Another year means our age will advance to a year older (ha,ha) as I see it! Our biological clock never seems to stop working. Greying hairs, wrinkles, excess fats…you name it! Phoo…suddenly we realised that we are not as young as we used to be… ok, ok, I don’t want to sound so negative not with my 1st post of the year. Oops…
For this 2012, I’ve listed down very achievable resolutions. I do not want to end up feeling disappointed… (not cheating but more of being practical). Things that is important to me which I took for granted in the past. Among others I resolute that I will be more loving and forgiving to my family, especially my 3 children. I will not take things too seriously and to improve our communication. I resolute that I not only be a friend to them but be their best of friend! This year Aldo is turning 20, Jody 18 and my youngest will be 15. Gosh! Not an easy thing to do when your age is more than two decade apart but somehow this is achievable…All the best to you all in 2012!