Chapter 4: Face your fears

When I woke up this morning, the first thing I did was look in the mirror. I did the same thing yesterday and quite possibly every single day since I was diagnosed. Vanity? Hardly. Rather, I am making sure that my face is still symmetrical. You see – this tumor grows and impedes many cranial … Continue reading Chapter 4: Face your fears

Chapter 3: Help

A few days ago I went into my previous place of work, a residential care facility, to visit an old colleague.  Soon after arriving, I look down the hall to see one of the fragile elderly patients fall to the ground.  Having worked there for over 5 years, my immediate reaction was to go towards … Continue reading Chapter 3: Help