How To Live With Cancer?
Living with cancer isn’t ideal; in fact for many, it’s a horrible, lengthy experience. However if you are not in the final stages or your disease, or are battling a fairly isolated case of cancer, you can still live your life. It may have to be lived at a slower pace, granted, but there’s nothing to stop you from living out your dreams.
For example, you can still go on holiday. You will need to remember to buy specific cancer travel insurance, to ensure you are completely covered in the event you get ill; and will also need to stockpile your medication to reduce your chances of getting sick. Apart from that – and taking it a bit easier when you reach your dream destination – you can easily have a wonderful vacation.
Live Out Life
There’s nothing to stop you doing the things you love on a day-to-day basis as well. If you enjoy having shopping trips with your friends or family, then go for it! You should just let them know that you might need to take a few more breaks than usual, or walk a bit slower. If you fancy going to the beach with your doggy, then do that. Take a walk along the sand, dip your feet in the water…although it might tire you out, it will surely make you feel better in both mind and soul, which is nothing to be scoffed at.
Do Your Bucket List
You can live out those things on your bucket list as well. Whether it’s taking a skydive, driving a Ferrari at crazy speeds around a race track, swimming with dolphins/whales or just visiting Mickey at Disneyland, you can do it. You will of course have to warn whoever is facilitating your dream of your situation, but as long as you and they are prepared, it should be a breeze. At this point in your life it will seem more important than ever to get these things done, just in case, so be sure to go ahead and just do it.