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10. Decluttering

10. Decluttering

One hundred and thirty two days since being told that my chances of growing old with my husband, seeing my son graduate from University, have children… have been reduced to zero. One hundred and thirty two days since being diagnosed with metastatic Uterine...
9. Living in liminality

9. Living in liminality

Ninety-four days since being diagnosed with stage 4 Uterine Leiomyosarcoma (palliative) with lung metastases. Ninety-four days of existing in liminal space. Ninety-three days since I started natural and biological treatments at the Preventief Medisch Centrum in...
7. Backed against a wall

7. Backed against a wall

I  “Cancer has you backed up against a wall.”   This is what my uncle said after I told him about our session this week with my medical oncologist. Couldn’t have said it better. The Cancer is moving faster than I am and every time I think I am...
6. Funny Valentine in times of Cancer

6. Funny Valentine in times of Cancer

  Three hundred and sixty five days since Valentine’s day 2021. My husband gave me flowers and a book. I cooked him dinner. He is the cook not because I don’t cook, but because he loves to Two hundred and ninety five days of having no clue of what was...
5. Death in life, the loss of purpose

5. Death in life, the loss of purpose

Sixty-five days after being diagnosed with stage 4 Uterine #Leiomyosarcoma with lung metastases, I had a phone session with an oncological nurse turned coach from the Centre of Quality of Life in the Netherlands Cancer Institute Amsterdam. Her job is to offer mental...
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