- Additional information
- Reviews (0)
Obsession provides you with a stirring feeling and with the combination of fresh sweet peach, citrus, and basil that
entices you into a different world where you capture every woman’s heart and not wanting to let you go.
A man struggling to keep up with the challenges of life falls into alcohol addiction. He started drinking every night to
let him sleep and keep him away from stressing out about his troubles. He then began to drink as he wakes up and
even during his breaks at work until he went fell into a deep coma where he traveled across a different world. It was
a world where he does not feel anything, not even sadness nor happiness. It felt like he was just floating in a world
where he could not see anything but the sparks appearing in the air. One thing was absolute, he felt content. He felt
safe and the serenity was like music to his ears. Then he woke up. He was a different man. He felt renewed and
cleansed from all the dilemmas that he was feeling. He never knew that he has been touched by an angel and his
obsession with the unknown began.
Ribbon Color: White: Uterine Cancer
At 50 I was having some heavy bleeding during my periods, so my GP sent me for an ultrasound. As the ultrasound
technician told me that everything looked okay, I put the heavy bleeding down to the menopause and didn’t go
back to my GP to check on the results. It wasn’t until a year later when I saw my GP again that she told me that the
ultrasound had shown I had fibroids and referred me to a gynaecologist.
The gynaecologist performed a dilation and curettage for the fibroids and to help with the heavy bleeding. As a
matter of course the tissue was sent for testing, and four days later I was told I had uterine cancer and booked in to
see an oncologist. The oncologist recommended a hysterectomy. I chose to have robotic surgery to remove the
uterus, cervix and ovaries, as well as some nearby lymph glands.
After the surgery, my oncologist informed me that the cancer hadn’t spread, but it was very aggressive and well
advanced into the walls of the uterus. He recommended that I have radiation therapy to reduce the risk of a
With the support of my family and workplace, I was able to schedule the appointments before work. I found the
sessions easier than I expected, although I got very tired at the time. I have also been left with some scar tissue
around the bowel, which means I have to be careful with what I eat.
I’ve just passed the five year mark and have had my final appointment with my oncologist – this has been a big
relief. In the last year I’ve become involved as a volunteer providing telephone peer support with Cancer Connect . I
didn’t connect with any services when I was diagnosed, and I now realise how helpful it would have been to speak
to people in similar situations.- Christine
1oz, 2oz, 4oz