Chemo’s Impact on the Mind: Drawing a Blank on the Dish I Wanted to Describe

Chemo’s Impact on the Mind: Drawing a Blank on the Dish I Wanted to Describe
Every morning, I get up and write three pages. It’s a habit encouraged and made somewhat famous by Julia Cameron, author of The Artist’s Way, and normally I enjoy it. But since my cancer diagnosis, my morning writing has hit a speed bump. Lots of my ramblings focus on food. No surprise there – I

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2 comments

  1. Barbara says:

    I can completely relate to this. I have undergone chemo 3 times in the last 6 years and am still on chemo. I sometimes worry that I have dementia as well as chemo brain. I take cold comfort in the fact that my cancer (metastatic Breast cancer in lungs and liver) will get me before I go completely mad!

  2. Barbara says:

    I can sooo relate to this! Been through chemo 3 times in 6 years (and still on my 3rd round of chemo) and it seems to be getting worse. I really do worry sometimes that I am developing dementia! I take cold comfort in the fact that my cancer (Stage 4 breast cancer in lungs and liver) will no doubt finish me off before I go completely mad!

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