Which Words Matter Most To You?

Which Words Matter Most To You?

In early March, a group of people gathered together to discuss Make Words Matter, which you can read about here. As part of that evening, a short activity was carried out, designed to find out which words mattered to those who had come out for the evening – both words...
Simon White

Simon White

I am changing how I talk about cancer with friends and family to focus on optimism, smiling and all the other things that remind us to live in the moment and enjoy...
Marcus Gallo

Marcus Gallo

I heard this on the radio earlier. If a diplomat says yes he means maybe. If he says maybe he means no. And if he says no, he’s not a diplomat. That’s awful. We should strive to make connections, talk, then decide what is best for both parties, agree, and then...
The language of cancer

The language of cancer

It began the moment I was told I had cancer. That was October 2016. Immediately, my mind was flooded with thoughts. Yet, not one single thought was about fighting to stay alive, or anything to do with being battling this disease. Those words were imposed upon me by...