I haven’t written a post here in a long time… mainly because so much has happened in my life and more recently so much has been happening in the world. What a wild ride it has been with events we could have never anticipated even in the more recent past (and the reactions to them).
I have experienced love, loss and then love again- with many other events and the rollercoaster of emotions I continue to experience along the way. This is life, there will always be bad though conversely there is always some good to be found in that. Cliches can be irritating but they are often true.
There is certainly a lot to reflect on and I’m a very retrospective person. I try not to dwell on these things, but I consider how I can become a better person mentally, physically and emotionally. I have always believed that resilience is like a muscle that we can train to become stronger.
There have been huge challenges in our lives and I am not unique in that. My aim as always is to grow in response to adversity, allowing me to become stronger and more resilient when such events inevitably pop up in the future.
In this time I have been very reflective on my life and the direction I want to take with my future. In the meantime while I’ve been trying to work that out I started a podcast series ‘The Human Guinea Pig Project’, in which I discuss emerging treatments and novel methods of treating disease and neurological conditions. There are other projects I have been working on and goals I hope to achieve. Despite the obstacles I encountered with some of these aspirations I am still confident about getting to where I would like to be with my career and will try harder to not beat myself up so much about it- which admittadly I can be very guilty of doing this.
I am proud of the podcast series so far because I try to answer questions I have and to offer quality information from experts on the subject and individuals which interesting stories to share that will always be evidence based and without bias. The aim is to help others and I am pleased with the feedback so far, especially considering that I am a natural introvert and maybe I don’t advertise it as much as I could or should.
I aim to update this blog more now and I am optimistic about my upcoming projects and future endeavours.
The podcast series is available on Apple Podcasts and Youtube. It can be found here:
And on my Youtube channel if you search for my name. The latest episode which will be up soon focuses on the Care Oncology Clinic and repurposed drugs.
As a final note for this post I would like to thank everyone who has supported me over the years and I hope you have found all the information I have shared useful. I wish you all good health for the future. This has been a challenging time for us all. Stay strong.