“I’ve been upsetting people more often than i used to. I say things now without thinking them through first and have lost a lot of the social skills I used to have. things don’t come easy any more and I’m quite paranoid and insecure about my ability to interact with people normally now. people, who’ve known me for a long time and knew me before the tumor can understand a bit more because they know I didn’t used to be like this, but for all the new people i meet at work, this is the only me they know and its quite worrying.” – Brain Tumor Patient
“Having a brain tumor. It grants us the truth & crystallizes the knowledge of what is truly important in life” ― Rachel Grady
What are Brain Tumors?
Signs of Brain Tumor
- Headaches and dizzinessthat tend to worsen in the morning
- Speech problems (e.g., difficulty finding the right word)
- Vision problems and abnormal eye movements
- Weakness on one side of the body