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Hi little debbie, I'm sorry you've also had to undergo brain cancer like I did over 2 years ago . I think TGAT from a personal point of view s who survive obviously undergo a terrible body mind soul shock as it seems to hit one from nowhere . In my case I ve been through change if country left a home husband and having spoken to a cancer counselor here in my new city of this same problem her advice to me was to continue what I'm doing at present as it s obviously helping me to get over this trauma As it us a huge body trauma and shock to deal with plus in my personal case the change of countries and upheaval I my personal life ! I use a meditation morning and night it calms me fir he day and night and I'm able to control those depressive days by reading self help books andfinding things to do that please you most .i use a process if visualization in my meditation and prayers I only see myself well and happy - it works !! I agree staying off antidepressives is better - Try Desiree
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About jdesiree

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Brain Cancer
Alternative Treatments, Cancer Nutrition, Cancer Prevention, Cancer Treatments, Chemotherapy, Clinical Trials and Research

Hi I'm 58never sick in life and worked a 17 hr restaurant day dx with gd4tumour found myself paralyzed on left side . They removed a lot of the tumor and gave me a large dose od steroids and cortisone befor operation I recuperated my moments after three weeks intensive sled mostly determinative force the physiology therapists allowed me to finally use a treadmill and cyclrpe foe half hour a day I had one epileptic crisis shortly after the operation dr s thought maybe I would walk again in about six months if lucky .my left hand still has less strength than my right hand but I'm independent TG I was on 7weeks radiology with thermadol each day .try said I cannot swim or drive for one year until after the operation I will have an MRI at the end of this month having had now a break from the chemotherapy and radium fir 4weeks I came to this site in looking up Thermador . I will now go into 6months os 1/ week /month of an higher dose of thermador when I spark to the local Dr s about eating methods I get the same response eavpch time that as long as we eat a balanced diet it makes no difference .then I read Neville servant shriekers book and he specifically encourages certain foods .I am intereted in other peoples opinions on this matter sometimes I get tired and I simply sleep most days I make sure ti go for a long energetic walk as I heard tat it is very good for cancer treatments and I'm also grateful that I can now walk I take time to meditare and a friend suggested I should go tame up Thai chi as a firm of meditation do any of you agree with this ?

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