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Brain Recovery Journals

Life after a brain tumour and how to navigate every day

Brain Tumour Recovery Journal


Brain Tumour Recovery Journal
  • Brain tumour expert and survivor Claire Bullimore launches her second book on how to live with your brain tumour. She shares all the essential information they don’t tell you because you simply don’t know what to ask (free bus passes, free medication etc)
  • A beautiful, simple to use book incorporating mindfulness as well as the everyday survival skills required to navigate life after an operation or leading up to the op.
  • This handbag sized book is full of helpful checklists, daily reminders for medication, diary elements to focus the mind and to make every day count, even on the toughest of days.
  • Almost 11,700 people are diagnosed each year with a primary brain tumour, including 500 children and young people – that’s 32 people every day
  • TV Presenter Nikki Chapman has recently been diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumour and would benefit from a journal like this

“Why the heck would I want to get involved with brain tumours? Well, because being told you or your loved one has ‘a brain tumour’ is a life-changing event. I was told I had a brain tumour in 2008 when I was only 25. I had a 10cm Intraventricular Meningioma and had to go through surgery to have it removed. I know the struggles that come with this devastating diagnosis and the life-changing effect it can have on a person’s life”

She has grown a loyal community of 17,000+ followers on social media, is regularly invited by BT charities to speak at their events and is known as Aunty M Brain Tumours to her followers.

Reflecting at the close of this decade, Claire discovered she’d written so much helpful content over the past 10 years that she could put it all into a very relatable journal that will literally change people’s lives. Not just the reader who is the survivor, but their loved ones who will gain a better understanding of how to assist, be kind and patient with the perceived new person, as they have some fundamental changes in behaviour, both mentally and physically.

As Claire says: ‘You’re not going to be who you were before your symptoms appeared but there is no reason why you can’t be the new you and enjoy the new you! You may look exactly the same, but the brain tumour has changed you, throwing all sorts of new challenges such as panic attacks, loss of memory, sometimes an inability to articulate, as well as many other obstacles. I wish I had found a book like this back in 2008, so it is my gift to anyone new to my world. It really is NO BRAINER!’

Brain Tumour Recovery Journal  

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Book available from Amazon @ £10.99 – AMAZON LINK

Press contact: Claire Bullimore

Tel: (+44) 7970909153

Email: auntymbraintumours@gmail.com

Website: https://auntymbraintumours.com/

Claire is available for interviews via telephone, video link or in person


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