Sometimes you think that all that could hit you has come to an end then all of a sudden comes another brick wall. I have been with my partner now for ten years and in that time we have faced changes and challenges from when we first decided in 2011 to make our shift from Adelaide in South Australia to sunny Queensland on the east coast of Australia
This blog needs an intro but the intro is short and sweet so here we go.
Besides making all the plans and getting everything sorted so that when we got to Brisbane we would have spent time with both sides of our families in Melbourne, Victoria and Sydney in New South Wales before we were to settle in Queensland. Five days into this new adventure I contracted cancer and eventually arrived in Brisbane in the middle of chemotherapy, three cycles Melbourne and three cycles in Brisbane, I was determined to get here and I am so glad I can write this post to share some of my thoughts.
- My partner, on the other hand, has been a part of mental health in Australia for many years now and having five personalities and also suffering with bipolar, I guess one might say I have a varied, interesting day each and every day. Sometimes through those Black Dog Days, you will meet all five personalities and it is unknown to him when the changes come. Which one do you face now, today, next year. Sometimes when the nasty one comes out you feel like you just want to hit him over the head or slug him, but you cannot. This is a problem created by the doctors in the first place with incorrect medication and incorrect diagnoses of his bipolar when he was 15. He was instead mis-diagnosed with ADHD and given strong doses of the wrong medication, even at that age of 15 years old. Is he angry about about it now? Damn straight he is! The many years of misdiagnosis and incorrect medication that has not helped the situation then and definitely now and it has worsened the situation to the point that one medication/drug nearly killed him because of the misdiagnosis in recent years.
- My brother was diagnosed with oropharyngeal cancer, (tongue and throat)
last year and because of the tardiness of the medical system with delayed admission because of lost paperwork and a mortal error by all medical teams from home palliative care to the hospitals and a massive oversight, after telling them his wife has a few mental issues and medication at that level needed to be monitored as requested by my brother but never was and which saw my brother passing on the 26 January 2019.
Am I Angry or Worried?
I guess I am both angry and also worried but dealing with the thought in mind that on far too many occasions I have seen that we have all become a slave to the master but you know what?
We Don’t Have To Listen To Everything They Say, they just want us to believe it and they wrote laws to protect themselves!
Angry because there is no regard for the human race as a whole but for a bunch of sheep who listen to the very people who are killing you, yes you. If you are taking medication each and every day then it is unfortunate to say but that’s what they are doing to you ‘each and every day’.
What Else Can I Say? Its the Truth.
Here’s a video with Dr Peter Glidden explaining. “Find out why Dr. Peter Glidden says this about two medications in this video“.
Back to where I was now. You know! After going through all the problems I have gone through from facing my problems with my family as they slowly drop off with different forms of cancer, including myself, to almost ending up on the streets amidst cancer if it weren’t for the loving arms of family, both in Melbourne and also Brisbane. Facing the issues I face with my partner each and every day and after coming back from Adelaide after my brother passed I was at the lowest ebb I have been in my life for a very, very long time and it is not a nice place to be for both myself or my partner, especially considering what he is also going through.
At the end of it all I remembered the many lessons I have been taught in life from so many different people from so many different walks of life and it is plain as day.
We Cannot Change What Has Happened,
We Can Only Change What Will Happen
It is with that thought I approach life. After going through cancer, dying four times in the process, I am glad I can share some of what goes through my mind because someone may see what I am writing and perhaps understand that there are options to helping you live a healthier complete life rather than one in misery and medicated.
There are options to health and we are never told about this side because mother nature created it? Isn’t the body the very essence of what Mother Nature can create? Do we not know the human body is more resilient that we have been told?
Of course not! It is better this way because if we tell the whole planet that we were wrong in the first place thinking that we can save you, we can’t, we can only make you pain last longer but it’s alright, we can fix the pain issue.
I feel that if we were to take some time out and looked a little further into what the body is capable of, we would be more than surprised as to how fast the body can actually fix itself without medication, all it takes is a little know how.
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