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Gift Ideas for a Friend in the Hospital or Recovery

While someone is in the hospital or recovering from treatment, gifts that keep people busy are very welcomed. Disclosure of…

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Ways To Deal With Personality Changes

Personality Change is one of the hardest things to cope with. I was a nightmare leading up to my diagnosis…

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Here is a great Way to Help with Memory Problems!

Anyone who has been affected by a brain tumour or brain Injury will know that memory can be a problem.…

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What To Do When Doctors Say: We Cannot Help You

Things to Help When Barriers Go Up, And The Doctors Say “We Can Not Fix This, There Are No Solutions!”  …

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Things I’ve Learnt From My Brain Tumour Experience

It has been 10 years since I was diagnosed with a 10cm Intraventricular Meningioma and since I had brain surgery.…

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Top Ideas To De-Stress Yourself

How To De-Stress Yourself When It Gets Hard   Sometimes brain tumours may cause changes in behaviour. This usually happens when…

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How To Cope With Shopping After Brain Surgery

Shopping After Brain Surgery! Excellent or Nightmare? Do you find normal things like grocery shopping and paying bills so confusing…

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17 Songs You Don’t Expect To Hear In Your MRI Scan

What songs do you want to hear while in an MRI? Something that people must deal with when they are…

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Claire Interviews Brain Tumour Survivor Leon Jefferson

53-year-old brain tumour survivor Leon Jefferson has never lost his sense of humour’. Here is the story of brain tumour…

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A Mothers Love Is Like No Other

A Mother Talks About When Her Son Was Diagnosed With A Ependymoma  Brain Tumour Linda Rickford has been supporting the…

Between 2013 and 2016 Claire Bullimore was a radio presenter on a local radio station, as a volunteer, where she interviewed many people who shared their experiences.

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