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  • Vera K on How to Prepare for Brain SurgeryI was told to remove nail polish before my surgery, but I look forward to getting my nails done shortly after! Makes me feel so much better.
  • Lisa David on Health Update | 10 August 2017such an inspirational story.
  • Amy Steinmetz on A Christmas Miracle | 22 Dec 2017Hi Sophie... I just googled "grief/love" because I read a really cool quote about grief the other day and was hoping to find it again; instead, I found you. Thank you for your wise and thoughtful words. I am an artist and, in my vibrant creations, I get filled up with this amazing possibility of being alive. I have not been diagnosed with anything; self-diagnosed alcoholic (in recovery 28 years)
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  • Véronique on Mixed News: Health Update | 17 Aug 2018Dear Sophie. When you spoke about your lungs, I immediately thought about grief. I don't know if our Belgian grief specialist Manu Keirse wrote in English, but his public speed he's about Healing grief helped me a lot. Also Dutch Willem Glauderman has good books. Grieving about my suddenly deceased mum in 2010, I got great comfort from the book of Elisabeth Kubler Ross & Dr Hans Schilders book
  • Sheila Bull on Mixed News: Health Update | 17 Aug 2018Sophie, you truly are an inspiration. Thank you x
  • Cathy McIntyre on Mixed News: Health Update | 17 Aug 2018Hello Sophie and thanks once again for taking the time to update everyone. As always you remain an inspiration, so glad to hear that most of your health news was good and I hope that your holiday and retreat sustain you and prepare you for your next treatment and I wish you every success with this. Warm wishes to you and your family, hope you all have a lovely holiday in Portugal. Love Cathy xx
  • Sabrina on Mixed News: Health Update | 17 Aug 2018Lovely to hear your news. Big love, great health and friendship to you, most wonderful Sophie. Keep doing what you’re doing xxxx
  • darren hazael on Mixed News: Health Update | 17 Aug 2018Thank you thank you thank you...you continue to inspire and make me laugh too....'Inwards and onwards' love it...wishing you the very best with your op and hope to see you somewhere along the line this side of the year..I really value your presence in my life. much love Darren
  • Ann McMaster on Mixed News: Health Update | 17 Aug 2018When I read "Health- Mixed Results" - I felt my heart seize ... caught in a push/pull. I wanted to know what was up with you, I didn't want to know anything "bad." As always, I'm very glad I read your post. You are inspiring, and "upper" in my life. I know what it's like to grieve the death of a father - very special connection between father/daughter. I still miss my dad as well.
  • Benjamin on Mixed News: Health Update | 17 Aug 2018You inspire me by your determination and 'carpe diem' mindset. Am glad you pursued your trip to Portugal with your family
  • Esther on Mixed News: Health Update | 17 Aug 2018Thank you Sophie I love to read your news. You really inspire me, hope you have a lovely holiday. Love and best wishes xx
  • Val Turner on Mixed News: Health Update | 17 Aug 2018Read you blog on a sorry for myself day and you pushed me out of it with your positive attitude. Thank you. Have a lovely holiday and some meaningful inner time with your grief. Your dad sounds very special. You were lucky and you need to grieve his physical loss at your own pace. Return refreshed and ready to continue your journey. Thank you for sharing that journey with others.
  • Christine Thornley on Mixed News: Health Update | 17 Aug 2018Thank you for updating us all Sophie. So pleased that most of the news is good and my wish for you is that the 'baddie' gets blasted into oblivion with the treatment. Grieve for your beloved Dad, enjoy Portugal and your retreat in September. My thoughts are with you always. Much love
  • Jack Palma on Mixed News: Health Update | 17 Aug 2018Dear Sophie, I hung on every word you wrote about your update. I could feel the same roller coaster of emotions I feel as I tend to my own life with cancer. As I step back, I again realize how profoundly grateful I am to have you show me how to be with what is. You remain so full of life, so authentic, and inspire me to live in a reality-based but not a fear-based way. Namaste
  • Linda Witherspoon on Mixed News: Health Update | 17 Aug 2018Hi Dear Sophie, I was sitting here feeling sorry for myself, Micky and Minnie (my tumours) getting me down,!!although they are better. Have just read your inspirational blog, and u have made me feel so much more positive. God bless u and your family, have a wonderful break xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Simon on Mixed News: Health Update | 17 Aug 2018You continue to inspire me and remind me of of whats important. Thank you my friend.
  • Beth on Mixed News: Health Update | 17 Aug 2018I have been doing grief processes almost religiously lately I wake up every day with a thick chest and coughing... there is something there so I am going at it! Thank you for this work... and for your Inspiring journey. Have a beautiful time away in Portugal - resting, loving, healing.
  • John Coats on Mixed News: Health Update | 17 Aug 2018I’m glad you invited me into your life, Sophie. What’s next is what’s next, the revelation of an Intentionality we can only say yes to. That we can know that—know that—is a great blessing. I’m so looking forward to seeing you in New Mexico.
  • Carole Pentony on Mixed News: Health Update | 17 Aug 2018Dear Sophie, Your book Lifeshocks has blessed my life in countless ways. I'm sending everything I know to send to support your continuing reports from the field. With you in the Larger Body . . . . Peace and; every good to you.
  • Peggy on Mixed News: Health Update | 17 Aug 2018You know, I and many others will stand with you in your grief. We will each bring our own, no doubt, my very, very dear friend.
  • Gabriella Sancisi on Mixed News: Health Update | 17 Aug 2018You write so beautifully and are so wise. I hope your holiday leaves you refreshed and ready for cyber knife. And Miss G is delightful! Wishing you all the best.
  • Julie W Brundage on Mixed News: Health Update | 17 Aug 2018A terrific report Sophie......and congratulations for making Legoland which I went to with my great grandson last summer.....what sticks in my mind is that a kid threw up and the same sawdust stuff that the school janitors used in my youth is still the plan of attack.....keep blowing us all away, Julie and Howie Brundage
  • Rosemary Alder on Mixed News: Health Update | 17 Aug 2018Dear Sophie, you continue to be such an inspiration! Thank you for sharing your news. I feel so sad about your dear Dad and more than cherish the wonderful memories of joining your parents for their 50th wedding anniversary in Puerto Escondido. Do I have your e-mail address, I wonder? Would love to send you some of the fab. Photos I took at that time. Love the desk! Enjoy your retreat in NM.
  • Anna B Sexton on Mixed News: Health Update | 17 Aug 2018As always you have my love support and unwaveringNess in being with you, for you on your journey xx all being as Life leads us I'll see you very soon in Manchester xx go well on your travels inward, outwards and onwards xx
  • Janey McCall on Mixed News: Health Update | 17 Aug 2018Dear Sophie , just read your blog from a sunny beachside sunbed in Mexico xx I'm sending love strength and resilience lovely lady xx
  • Janey McCall on Mixed News: Health Update | 17 Aug 2018Dear Sophie , just read your blog from a sunny beachside sunbed in Mexico xx I'm sending love strength and resilience lovely lady xx
  • Gill H on Mixed News: Health Update | 17 Aug 2018Dear Sophie. Mixed news indeed but I think there is more good than bad there. At least they are going to deal wirh the little blighter! Have a lovely break in Portugal. We go there on Wednesday. Be funny if we're on the same flight. Take some time to remember your dear dad properly and all that he meant to you.xxxx
  • Tom Morley on Mixed News: Health Update | 17 Aug 2018You tell it well Sophie. I can see a wry smile on your Doctor's face as you do your jig. I can also 'feel' the gratitude you felt even amidst the terror of Legoland (I'm talking about the crowds, not the rides). You don't mention it but I'm sure it was there. Just like some people say Jesús died for us all you are staying alive for us all. It's the good news.
  • susie on Mixed News: Health Update | 17 Aug 2018I am ‘really no words’ super happy to join in your happiness and health. Inwards and upwards!
  • Sophie Sabbage on My life went BOOM! | 24 May 2018Sorry for such a slow response. I did four juices a day plus a mug of soup in the evening for 21 days. All organic. Lots of water. Regular colonics and enemas. Probiotics. Hope this helps.
  • Sophie Sabbage on Oasis of HopeI hear many success stories from Oasis, but it is very expensive and there are clinics just as good in Germany. Where do you live?
  • Sara F Schauf on Oasis of HopeLooking forward to hearing a positive story and outcome from Oasis of Hope, anything to share?
  • Eric Redford on My life went BOOM! | 24 May 2018Yes to life! It's all in those 3 words....Thank you and love to the family.
  • Jools johnson on My life went BOOM! | 24 May 2018Hi Read your 1 st book , so inspiring and look forward to all your updates and blogs. I’m delighted you are foing so well . Inspirational lady . Keep going you are awesome x
  • Diyanah iman on My life went BOOM! | 24 May 2018Hi Sophie, I have recently been introduced to your story and your book. I am haloy to read your recent blog..it gives me strength. I am happy for you. May I ask about the 21 day detox and what it involves?
  • Jane Roberts on My life went BOOM! | 24 May 2018I'm so hapoy for you. Long may You continue to be well. You have given me so much to live for. I'm stage 4 cancer which is in remission. You have given me hope, Thanks
  • Isabelle on My life went BOOM! | 24 May 2018Onward you go girl. Every day is a new joy
  • Val Turner on My life went BOOM! | 24 May 2018Great news Sophie. You did not mention the courage this journey needed, but I know it was there. You are an inspiration to those of us fighting similar battles. I look forward to your book.
  • Christine Thornley on My life went BOOM! | 24 May 2018So pleased you are feeling so well Sophie and so busy! You are an inspiration to us all. Much love xx
  • Diana Lennard on My life went BOOM! | 24 May 2018Great news Sophie! Sending love..
  • Cathy McIntyre on My life went BOOM! | 24 May 2018Good morning Sophie, it's lovely to hear from you again and wonderful that you're well and so busy! Best wishes to you and your family. Cathy xx
  • lindaRyde on My life went BOOM! | 24 May 2018Hi Sophie, u certainly don't sit at home, feeling sorry for yourself. U are such an inspiration, u make me feel stronger, and more positive.xxx
  • Sophie Sabbage on My life went BOOM! | 24 May 2018Contact amycla.webb@moretolife.org
  • Sally Bethea on My life went BOOM! | 24 May 2018So happy you are doing so well. You continue to be an inspiration to me in my cancer journey.
  • Jan Gowling on My life went BOOM! | 24 May 2018Such fabulous news Sophie. Onward, wonderful woman!!
  • Kiki on My life went BOOM! | 24 May 2018You go Girl !
  • Beverley Shelton on My life went BOOM! | 24 May 2018Wonderful news, Sophie! You truly rock!!! :)
  • Julie W Brundage on My life went BOOM! | 24 May 2018I need the new book...will it come to US through Amazon? I really needed it about fifty years ago but it’s never too late to get help with life shocks. You are awesome.
  • Lourdes on My life went BOOM! | 24 May 2018I am so happy for you. Amazing news. Thank you for sharing x
  • Sophie Sabbage on My life went BOOM! | 24 May 2018https://m.facebook.com/groups/282379948763905Invite her to my support group too.
  • Jenny Meadows on My life went BOOM! | 24 May 2018So glad to hear the news, Sophie. Fabulous. Can't believe Miss G is 8! A friend's mum was just diagnosed with breast cancer. I've told her about your books and referred her to your blog.
  • Virginia Koayser on My life went BOOM! | 24 May 2018Hi Sophie so lovely to hear from you! It is a great delight to hear you are really flourishing, indeed blooming! Enjoy every day, but especially the holiday in Portugal! 😘
  • Gina Stewart on My life went BOOM! | 24 May 2018What an inspiring woman you are Sophie Sabbage. I loved The Cancer Whisperer - it put me on the right path after diagnosis and i’m so grateful for that. I look forward to reading your new book. Good luck and best wishes in all you do.
  • Sabrina Scolaro on My life went BOOM! | 24 May 2018Supremely fabulous Sophie!!! This is great news, you rock!!!! Xxxx
  • Lisa Lowy on My life went BOOM! | 24 May 2018Great to hear about your adventures. It was so lovely to meet you at Penny Brohn a few months ago. I loved your workshop. What a busy bee you are . Enjoy your well deserved holiday in Portugal. Xx💞
  • Sophie Sabbage on My life went BOOM! | 24 May 2018Would you like to join my closed FB support group? https://m.facebook.com/groups/282379948763905
  • Amy Rush on My life went BOOM! | 24 May 2018Thanks for the update. I’m just finishing your first book and have been inspired in many ways. I have an aggressive stage 4 uterine cancer, behaves like ovarian. It’s been 4 years of surgeries, chemotherapy and immunotherapy never reached remission , but am living fully. I practice yoga,meditation and prayer and try to stay empowered. Victim role is yucky! Continue to embrace this life-drenched
  • Gill Hubbert on My life went BOOM! | 24 May 2018Lovely blog Sophie. More power to you. So pleased you are doing so well xx
  • Sophie Sabbage on A Christmas Miracle | 22 Dec 2017If you are on Facebook please join my group for support. https://m.facebook.com/groups/282379948763905
  • Mary Ewing on A Christmas Miracle | 22 Dec 2017Oor mutual friend, Martha Deaton suggested I look you up. I have stage 4 cancer- breast cancer that has metastasized to my liver and bones. I am interested in learning more about you.
  • Sophie Sabbage on A Christmas Miracle | 22 Dec 2017Lovely to hear this Michelle. If you want to join my FB cancer group or follow my page these are the links. The group is very supportive. https://www.facebook.com/thecancerwhisperer/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/282379948763905/
  • Michelle McKiernan on A Christmas Miracle | 22 Dec 2017Hi Sophie, my lung cancer diagnosis is very similar to yours. I am so glad I found you! I am a 52 year old marathon runner so it was unexpected to say the least. The Cancer Whisperer is always in my bag. Your top 10 tips have saved me time and heartache. Thank you. Xx
  • Paulette Chevrin on A Christmas Miracle | 22 Dec 2017BONJOUR Sophie, j'ai lu votre incroyable combativité dans la revue Happinez et j'ai eu envie de venir vous rencontrer ici, sur votre blog, pour vous suivre et vous envoyer toute ma chaleureuse sympathie et mon admiration sans bornes!
  • Kelly hudson on A Christmas Miracle | 22 Dec 2017How are you doing?
  • Jane on A Christmas Miracle | 22 Dec 2017I bought your book 3 years ago when my lovely vibrant mum was diagnosed with ovarian cancer at 80.Your 'don't give up' words are so uplifting and I have followed your progress. Mum is now approaching her 83rd birthday and still undergoing chemo treatment but very positive.I love your 'talking to horses' approach. Our dog and horse seem to know that Granny is doing well
  • Erika on Quantum LeapAh yea! Love hearing this perspective, Sophie. I had a NDE the same week Anita did, though not quite as extreme. I didn't quite cross over ... it was life changing though nonetheless. I am so happy when I see anyone talking about dis-ease on levels other than Western Medicine can comprehend. Blessings to you.
  • Jane on A Christmas Miracle | 22 Dec 2017Wishing well for years to come x
  • Diane on Bitter Sweet – a health update | 29 Sep 2017I too believe that food is the cure of cancer, so far it has worked for me (3 years). I would love to hear your food secrets and wish more people would take it seriously. My obnoxious consultant told me I wouldn't survive 5 years, now he is much nicer, flirty even, (probably because I made a complaint), and he told me last month that I should now forget about cancer, as I'm in excellent shape!
  • Grace Ekall on Bitter Sweet – a health update | 29 Sep 2017Dear Sophie, You are inspirational! What a fantastic news you received in September...so sorry about your beautiful friend. To one fellow cancer whisperer to the other, do you believe that there are foods that can help you fight cancer..? I do and that's my secret for the pass 11 years and I'm happy to show you how. Welcome to the South West - Bristol
  • Dawnie Browne on A Christmas Miracle | 22 Dec 2017Hi Sophie, I am so delighted you are feeling so alive. With so much love and power to you and your family! And kindness too... Dawnie ❤️
  • Barbara Erickson on A Christmas Miracle | 22 Dec 2017I check your website for updates periodically and was so psyched to see this. Just keep going!
  • Miguel Blanco on Oasis of HopeI’m here now with my brother in law and sister. 2nd day for them. A little rough considering it’s 12/24/17. Pancreatic cancer for my brother in law. He’s skin and bones but we’re hopeful. Hoping to share a positive story in the future.
  • Molly Jones on Bitter Sweet – a health update | 29 Sep 2017Sophie! Such good news! I always think of you when I walk by the beautiful horses on my way to the beach. I am so happy for you and your family, and sorry for your loss. I just recommended your book to a nurse practitioner I used to see who has a new position at the Osher Center for Integrative Medicine at UCSF. Carry on!
  • Devon Drew on Psychology Today | Grief Is Another Word for LoveYour place is valuable for me. Thanks!
  • Charles Bower on Highlights from Mexico (trip 2)You’ve removed what you originally wrote to the effect that you felt for the first time during this treatment that you might actually get better. You did! What I actually told you was this: “don’t attribute your recovery to anything you already know.” Anne made me repeat this advice to you. God seems always to be profounder than we ever realize. I hope you will write about grace. With love XX
  • Muthoni on Bitter Sweet – a health update | 29 Sep 2017Sophie, you are amazing, truly happpy for you.Am an ALK cancer patient on targeted therapy,praying for more years.
  • Amanda Nicol on Bitter Sweet – a health update | 29 Sep 2017Wow Sophie that's great news. I've been thinking of you. I lost my mother recently so removed myself from social media etc but have followed your progress. Go girl! Mum was the top layer in our family cancer sandwich, too many friends too so Feel for your loss. Onwards! Love Amanda x
  • Robert on Bitter Sweet – a health update | 29 Sep 2017Hi Sophie: I came upon your blog today on Inspire. Incredible story and it gives me a lot hope!! I'm EGFR+, T-790 negative, PDL-1 @ 100% but since I'm a non smoker my onc here in NY doesn't know if Keytruda is the answer. So my team decided to do what yours did...I am literally sitting here waiting for my first delivery of Tagrisso- which would be my second line after Gilotrif stopped working
  • Valerie Wade Mott on Bitter Sweet – a health update | 29 Sep 2017Magic Sophie. Your observation of grace through pain is one of the biggest lessons I experienced through leukaemia two years ago. Facing death head on, wakes you well and truly up.
  • Adam on Bitter Sweet – a health update | 29 Sep 2017Dear Sophie, I am so happy that your tumours are shrinking. You are an inspiration to many people! Love, Adamxxxx
  • JILL SWAINSON on Bitter Sweet – a health update | 29 Sep 2017Sophie, I am so pleased to hear this positive and uplifting news. Keep praying and believing that you can indeed thrive and live a full life despite the circumstances. God bless and stay peaceful.
  • Lynné on Bitter Sweet – a health update | 29 Sep 2017Dear Sophie, I hold my breath when I receive your blog updates and this update of your amazing scan, let me breathe deeply! Such thrilling and beautiful news. Praise God. I had the pleasure of meeting Annie at Hippocrates at a Cancer Wellness Program in 2015. What a dynamo and beautiful person, inside and out. She was the person that recommended your book to our group. Gratitude for you Sophie!
  • Charlotte on Bitter Sweet – a health update | 29 Sep 2017Such happy news Sophie I am so delighted for you all. Lots of love Charlotte xx
  • linda on Bitter Sweet – a health update | 29 Sep 2017Dear Sophie , U write so beautifully, admire u so very much, U have given me strength, through my C journey. Hope u are able to walk across the fields, and see the horses, just going to do ours. Look forward to your next update. xxx
  • Ann-Marie Wilson on Bitter Sweet – a health update | 29 Sep 2017Dear Sophie, Your latest blog is inspiring. I too have just lost my second friend to cancer.... and also had scans last week and am still here. I have an 11 point legacy plan, and am on it! Have also just started volunteering as a Hospice chaplain.... quite a bold recruitment decision from them! Onwards we go.
  • Cathy on Bitter Sweet – a health update | 29 Sep 2017Thank you Sophie for taking the time to post this update, this is wonderful news for you and your family, I'm so happy for you but sorry to hear about the loss of your close friend. Warm wishes. Cathy
  • Alison on Bitter Sweet – a health update | 29 Sep 2017So pleased for you Sophie that you have been given more time with Gabriella and your husband. Keep believing and pushing the boundaries. You are an inspiration to all. Blessings to your Dad too. you are an amazing family and your Mum deserves a hug too. I am the carer of my husband with terminal colon cancer and it is a roller coaster ride. Keep going, we are rooting for you. x
  • Anja on Bitter Sweet – a health update | 29 Sep 2017My dearest Soph, this is the best birthday gift I ever received, thank you so much for these wonderful news, I keep repeating myself but say it anyway. you are the most inspiring, admirable, lovable, courageous, purposeful person on the planet. With love and gratitude
  • Silvia on Bitter Sweet – a health update | 29 Sep 2017Dear Sophie, I am so glad about your scan results. And I want to tell you: You indeed did change the world and are continuing to change it. Good luck with you second book! You are in my prayers daily. Love from Silvia in Germany
  • carolyn copperwheat on Bitter Sweet – a health update | 29 Sep 2017Congratulations Sophie, such good news - it was good reading your post but sad to hear about Annie. We've also just lost Catherine Lanigan from the course we were on and I lost my brother in laws sister Clare a few weeks ago too. I've just had a mastectomy as my initial lump reappeared again after my lumpectomy last year. Wishing you and all those involved light and love xxx
  • tanyamalpass on Bitter Sweet – a health update | 29 Sep 2017so pleased for you Sophie. I also completey get how you feel about goodnews tainted by sadness for others less blessed.
  • Jennifer Keating on Bitter Sweet – a health update | 29 Sep 2017We are so very, very happy to hear your news dearest Sophie - it seems our Beloved wants you here on earth for longer doing your wonderful work and giving to your dear little Gabriella and darling hubby John. Hugs and much love in the One Love reaches across the oceans from the land Downunder. Jenny and Ross
  • Zoe Grace Cozens on Bitter Sweet – a health update | 29 Sep 2017Sophie, I am so delighted to hear this. Having spent last Saturday with you I see a strong correlation between the cleansing of your spirit and the continuance of your brain and body. Your friend Annie looks so beautiful in the photo. I am glad that you loved her and sorry that you lost her. I lost my dear sister almost 10 years ago now to cancer at 45. I think of her still. Much love ZG xx
  • Barbara J on Bitter Sweet – a health update | 29 Sep 2017Absolutely wonderful news Sophs though bitter sweet wit the loss of your friend. Every movement, opening the heart... Amazing grace... Enormous love xxx
  • Jane on Bitter Sweet – a health update | 29 Sep 2017Dear Sophie, This is the best news ever, thank you for sharing it with us, Am so glad I saw you on Tv and bought your book and look forward always to hearing your updates. So so sorry for the look your dear friend. Love and best wishes to you and your family x x
  • Erica on Bitter Sweet – a health update | 29 Sep 2017So happy for you Sophie. Many blessings all around! Love Erica
  • Amanda on Bitter Sweet – a health update | 29 Sep 2017I am so happy this drug is working for you Sophie, its marvellous news. I hope you out live the shelf life honey! Good news for your dad too, seems you both have the fighting spirit and positive attitude. lots of love and hugs to you and your family xxxx
  • Gilli Stephens on Bitter Sweet – a health update | 29 Sep 2017Dearest Sophie, the purpose of your life is extra-ordinary. You are trailblazing again with success. I have been so afraid for you but here you are back on your sometimes wobbly track. As always I salute your courage and grace. So dry of dear Anne to be a cancer sandwich, blessings to you all. xxxxxx
  • Virginia on Bitter Sweet – a health update | 29 Sep 2017Fabulous news Sophie! I know how it feels, I feel a reprieve each check up for breast cancer. Praying for you too!
  • Kate Edgley on Bitter Sweet – a health update | 29 Sep 2017I am so relieved to read this Sophie. It seems like a miracle but I know it's actually the result of very very clear headed thinking. Bless you for being the living embodiment of the possible. Much love, Kate xxx
  • Carla on Bitter Sweet – a health update | 29 Sep 2017Dear Sophie, I am so very very happy for you. Møre And more I am starting to believe that you wil make it to your daughters adulthood, or better: wedding. It is amazing what you have achieved and which example you set for other cancer patients. I am a lung cancer patient myself with brain tumor ( removed) and resent lesion which was removed through radiotherapy. very sorry about your loss.
  • Katherine on Bitter Sweet – a health update | 29 Sep 2017Dear Sophie I am Katherine. I have Neuro Endocrine Cancer. I have been living with it for eight years of harrowing treatments and massive surgeries. When I found you, I felt blessed. Your words gave me the boost I needed to keep on going with hope and gratitude.I am Coming to see you in Oxford on Thursday. I am so delighted to hear how things are going. I too lost my best Cancer buddy recently
  • Sophie Sabbage on Bitter Sweet – a health update | 29 Sep 2017Are you in the USA? The rules are different in different countries. I might not get it even though it is working! I truly hope you do. Have hope. I'm T790 negative too.
  • Mikaela on Bitter Sweet – a health update | 29 Sep 2017Sophie, what brilliant results to receive! I'm on Osimertinib too, and very glad of it right now. Your beautiful words sum up a lot of the whole situation & really do help. I'm sorry to read of the loss of your friend xx
  • Martina on Bitter Sweet – a health update | 29 Sep 2017This is the best news ever, thank you for sharing with us, always calming and loving words of comfort relief and support. Good for YOU Sophie always knew you would pull through we hear your wellness flooding us in your books and post. So glad I saw you on Tv and bought your book changed my life! Love and best wishes to you and your beautiful family. Martina 😘
  • Sergio Mena Barreto on Bitter Sweet – a health update | 29 Sep 2017I am a writer of two business management books. There are two I had a spiritual call to write books in this area (I'm in the first of a trilogy at the moment). In a way, your journey has also inspired me in my spiritual call. Stand firm and count on my positive vibes!
  • Sergio Mena Barreto on Bitter Sweet – a health update | 29 Sep 2017Sophie, I live in Brazil. I read your book and follow your blog posts and social networks. Every time he tells us about a small victory, that's my heart of pride and joy. I have an uncle with metastasis of a cancer in the rectum and a great friend with an aggressive neuro-endocrine cancer, so his reports are always a well of hope. (to be continued)
  • Nomiki Glasstein on Bitter Sweet – a health update | 29 Sep 2017So happy for your little miracle bud so sad for your loss. I too lost a friend to stage four colon cancer on Easter Day. She had four children. I know she is in heaven , but my heart still breaks for her family. I just had a blood biopsy which tested negative for Tagrisso t790 mutation. They plan on giving it to me anyway, mydoctors have to to fight two weeks to have the denial hopefully approved
  • Peggy on Bitter Sweet – a health update | 29 Sep 2017Soph, this post took my breath away. Yes, I love someone with cancer - you! - and yes, I work to prepare myself to lose you. Today I am overflowing with gratitude that it won't be anytime soon! Onwards!
  • Paul Phillips on Bitter Sweet – a health update | 29 Sep 2017Your words shine with wisdom, peace, acceptance, love--and bestow those gifts on we who read them. Thank you.
  • Sabrina Scolaro on Bitter Sweet – a health update | 29 Sep 2017Sophie. What a great result for you and your fantastic brain. I'm so happy for you and your precious family. I'm selfishly happy for me too as you are making such a positive impact on my life. Onwards dear Sophie. You are loved. X
  • Alison on Bitter Sweet – a health update | 29 Sep 2017Soph - your resilience, your wonderfully gracious response to fear and Annie's loss, your open hearted approach to life for however long we are lucky enough to have you around, the sheer joy of the beautiful words that you write. They are all a testament to hope and to peace and to Indomitable, Inspirational, irepressible YOU. Big hug and lots of love Chubs x
  • Alexandra on Bitter Sweet – a health update | 29 Sep 2017Sophie, I am so, so happy for you. I am a young ALK +lung cancer patient with a young child, and I understand all too well the maelstrom of emotions that comes with living with this diagnosis. May your targeted therapy provide you with many months, or years, of relief and time with your family xxxx
  • Freya Guin on Health Update | 10 August 2017Bon courage Sophie you amazing, extraordinary woman who knows how to live life to the full Freya x
  • Muthoni on Health Update | 10 August 2017Sophie you are an amazing person,am dealing with the same diagnosis as you, and you truly have been of great help,Praying that you live long enough to see the baby girl grow up.Its never over until God says it is.
  • Paul on Health Update | 10 August 2017Your book called to me from a shelf in a shop. Thank you for the gift. I send you all my unconditional positive energy and love.
  • “Plan your funeral. Then live!” – Living Adventurously on Health Update | 10 August 2017[…] idea comes via one of my cancer heroes, Susan Sabbage.  She is clearly going through a tough time now but equally clearly, her soul and spirit are truly alive.  So please think of her. And also […]
  • Emer on Health Update | 10 August 2017"In the midst of winter, I finally learnt that there was in me an invincible summer" Albert Camus
  • Rachel Boothroyd on Health Update | 10 August 2017Dear Sophie, Words simply cannot express my gratitude for you and all you have given me. And now, here, again. Showing us how to embrace the pain and spirit of your "don't know". Awed. Humbled. Sad. Praying to Life for you, John and Gabriella. Yet again you walk in truth and show us the way. Holding you in my heart with hope, love and trust. Rachel xxx
  • Jacqueline on Health Update | 10 August 2017Thinking of you everyday Sophie - what an exhausting journey and now time to steal away to places and corners of tranquility. Wishing you peace and the chance to LIVE and move out into the summer sunshine, each moment precious. Thank you for being you and allowing us to follow your journey - we are with you xx
  • Sam on Health Update | 10 August 2017Sophie my words are not as eloquent as yours but they are heart felt. You are a brave and amazing woman. I feel humbled by your courage. I wish you all the good things the universe has to offer... including purple hair! Much much love x
  • Clive Boon on Health Update | 10 August 2017Dear Sophie my heart prayers and thoughts are alwaystill being sent to you by us in really don't know what to say as words fail us and we are upset that you should have to go through this Maureen and I feel useless that we can't do nothing and had same feeling when she was ill We wish you well Sophie and said our prayers positive thoughts and blessings God Bless you Lots of love and hugs Clive And MAUREENXXXXX
  • Marcello on Health Update | 10 August 2017Sei dentro di me... Rimarrai per sempre dentro di me. Grazie.
  • Anne on Health Update | 10 August 2017You are safe in God's hands whatever the outcome, but your indomitable spirit and your strengthening spiritual connection are your power houses. When Diana Cooper was very ill recently with cancer, she surrendered to God and Spirit and became well again. i was having a dark night of the soul recently with the worry of my anal tumour and my prayers were answered. God bless you Sophie x
  • Helen Slater on Health Update | 10 August 2017Am loving the imagery of you Sophie with your purple hair blowing in the wind, alongside your John. And I am humbled by your modelling of surrender and letting go, on your terms. I hope you do get to stay long enough to let go without regret. Sending you a love arrow from my heart to yours. 💘
  • Warren kahn on Health Update | 10 August 2017I have been holding you daily in my heart and during my meditations. You are such a blessing and gift in this world. Even in your reality, you lead us, teach us and model the sacred warrior, surrendering to what is or is yet to be and yet savoring each moment and discerning your next steps. Know you are loved by this one and so many others. Onward.
  • Jane on Psychology Today | Grief Is Another Word for LoveDear Sophie. I am deeply touched once again by your spirit, honesty and your courage, You are in my thoughts daily. I am happy to hear that you are writing a new book and look forward to reading it. You are such an inspiration. Love and hugs to you and your little family x x x
  • Cathy McIntyre on Health Update | 10 August 2017Dear Sophie I don't know you except through your book and your writing. I'm thinking of you and your family, conserve your energy for you and yours. Take care. Warm wishes. Cathy
  • Chubs on Health Update | 10 August 2017Darling Soph Warrior, friend, wordsmith. Crazy convertible driving chick. You have fought the fight. You have run the race. You have kept the faith. Whatever comes may it be packaged with joy, hope and peace, and entirely surrounded by love from us all. Chubs, Matthew, Orlando, Ivo and Ludo
  • Sarah Birchall on Health Update | 10 August 2017Dear Sophie May all that you wish for be yours. My husband is doing better just now on this crazy incurable cancer journey, but it has not always been so. We are with you, and everyone else who is dealing with cancer, every single day and I want to thank you for your honesty and your integrity in all you have done to help others. May the road rise up to meet you as you journey through life. xx
  • Janet Currier on Health Update | 10 August 2017Sophie thank you so much for posting and sharing your experiences with us. I am glad that you are putting your self and your body first and managing to write. My thoughts are with you and whatever lies ahead please know that you are surrounded by love and gratitude from all of us out here continue to be touched and helped by your pioneering work
  • Robert Nock on Health Update | 10 August 2017Go well, from my heart, whichever direction it might be. xxx
  • Christine Thornley on Health Update | 10 August 2017Dear Sophie You are THE most brave and inspirational woman! Your writing is wonderful and it is so good that you are able to share with us all the current situation. I hope with all my heart the new treatment is successful and that you enjoy your time in Devon. As for the purple hair blowing in the breeze - love it! You are always in my thoughts and I send you love and hope xxx
  • Clare Vivian-Neal on Health Update | 10 August 2017Deeply moved by your word. Stilled. Silenced. Quiet. Sending you love and courage each day.
  • Claire Carruthers on Health Update | 10 August 2017Much love and ongoing prayers and thank you for your beautiful honesty. xxc
  • Silvia on Health Update | 10 August 2017Dear Sophie. I am deeply touched by your spirit, honesty, by what you convey in these words. You are in my thoughts and prayers daily. I am happy to hear that you write a new book.You are such an inspiration. Love from Silvia in Germany
  • Zoe F on Health Update | 10 August 2017You are an amazing woman and to do all that with such an illness dragging you down! A true inspiration and a positive soul which comforts me so much with my current battle. Sending all my love and sunshine xx
  • Rosanna on Health Update | 10 August 2017Sono con te....con tutto il cuore.
  • Susan Woodhouse on Health Update | 10 August 2017As always Sophie it is your writing that touches me from afar, you express so beautifully and eloquently the experience of your life right now. That sharing is the gift you keep giving all of us, your insight and grace and articulation of the almost unarticulate-able. I send you love across from the other side of the world. Love to your dear John who is with you and of course Gabriella xxxx
  • Jan Gowling on Health Update | 10 August 2017I think of you every day dear Sophie. Thank you for your wisdom, for your beautiful writing, for being so brave and ferocious, and for helping so many of us as we try to make sense of the cards we have been dealt. Jan Gowling
  • Jules on Health Update | 10 August 2017Strength and love to you and yours - onwards and preserve yourself xxx
  • Karyn on Health Update | 10 August 2017Thank you Sophie for this update. You are so full of words (and wisdom) while right now words fail me. So glad to hear there are still options for treatment and all my best wishes go to you in that the treatment works! Love to you and your lovely family. Xxxx
  • Ann Cassidy on Health Update | 10 August 2017Sorry to hear you're feeling so crappy at the moment but fingers crossed the new treatment will work its magic! Today would have been my darling sister Jean's 80th birthday, miss her so much! She too knew the effects of radiation therapy on her brain! Ilove the thought of you tearing around in your convertible with your mad purple ends blowing in the breeze! Sending you much love Ann Xx
  • Tabitha on Health Update | 10 August 2017Dear Sophie, I wish I could write words to you to express the the beauty and craft your writing creates that is so joyouss to read in the depths of your situation the beauty and courage you radiate is life enforcingly powerful. Thank you Sophie and so much love Tabitha
  • Diana Makens on Health Update | 10 August 2017I am grateful and loving you for the YOU you are.
  • Tanya malpass on Health Update | 10 August 2017Dear sophie, thank you fot your brave and honest blog. You are greatly in my prayers and i realy hope that the strategies you have chosen to follow pay off. You are a strong and resiliant lady and your big heart and wisdom have helped so many people. At risk pf addinig to meaning but unneeded advice, can i just recommend HBOT - it has been great for my brain fog caused by radiotherapy. Xxxxxxxx
  • Sabrina on Health Update | 10 August 2017Hi Sophie Have a good time in Devon. Here's to lots of sunshine and productive writing. Big hug xxxx
  • Virginia on Health Update | 10 August 2017Hi Sophie, thank you so much for sharing where you're at now, really appreciate this. Enjoy being still, I learned this when I was going cancer for the second time recently, and was truly amazed at what I gained! Thinking and praying for you and your family. Virginia
  • Jenny Meadows on Health Update | 10 August 2017Once again I read, feel, stop breathing, notice, and breathe. And now I feel gratitude for you, your verve, your writing skills, your wobbly walk, your purple hair flowing in the wind, and your sharing with us the whole of what a life fully lived looks like. You are loved. Hugs from NZ.
  • Elizabeth Digby-Firth on Health Update | 10 August 2017You are never far from my thoughts and prayers dear friend. Your body may be tired but your spirit is flying high. I can hear that your joy runs so much deeper than despair. After the darkness light will come. Much love Elizabeth xx
  • Sooze on Health Update | 10 August 2017I am sending you my heartfelt love, Soph, and I am thinking of you, John and Gabriella. You are a force to be reckoned with - you always were and you certainly are now S Xxxxx
  • Mindy wiesenberg on Health Update | 10 August 2017Dearest Sophie You have no idea how many people I have spoken to about your book. It gave me a new perspective and I have been deeply touched by your courage and the innate strength that emanates from your writing. Thank you for giving me so much and helping me through my cancer journey which unfortunately is far from over. I wish you continued courage.
  • Hermione Crosfield on Health Update | 10 August 2017Dearest Sophie, I am holding you in my heart with all the love and compassion in my being. What a roller-coaster ride you are on and undertaking it all with such courage and grace. Brave spirit. With fond, fond love, Hermione xx
  • Lisa on Health Update | 10 August 2017Sophie, I don't know you other than through your writing- you are a beautiful writer and an extraordinary person. Take care of yourself and hope your Devon sojourn brings some joy. Thinking of you every day xx
  • Karen Ross on Health Update | 10 August 2017Hi Sophie Love the hair and you have your own personal coiffeur I see. 😁. No one can tell you how to be what to to it's your 1000s of lives x you must follow your path don't forget to ask the angels for help..x x x x
  • Steven Walton on Health Update | 10 August 2017You have described an habitat of the soul with beauty and without drama. This is a place where what resides beneath our conscious awareness can reveal itself and the fruits of the Spirit enrich our lives. In friendship.
  • Mary on Health Update | 10 August 2017Love you and your zeal. God is using you and will continue to do so. Sending lots of love
  • Steven Walton on Health Update | 10 August 2017Sophie, The work of Brad Brown is manifesting itself in your life and through you the world. Thank you for clarifying your current health status and your continuing intentions to make the evolving future a creative lived experience. Negativity and resignation are not dominant mood states. This is empowering and inspirational.
  • Elaine Alpert on Health Update | 10 August 2017Your purple hair flying in that convertible! Often many times per day I feel you living life to the edges. I love you Sophie. Remember to call Jacobus! Exx
  • Lucy on Health Update | 10 August 2017Thank you for the as ever articulate update Sophie. I have been wondering how you are and am glad to see that the fighting spirit that you innately possess is as strong as ever x
  • Jenni on Health Update | 10 August 2017Hi Sophie, I am in exactly the same situation as you and I completely understand the whole balance problem. When I'm with my boys people judge me as a drunk and that breaks my heart. I just wanted to say hi and let you know that you're not alone and if you want to talk anytime then that's fine and if not then that's fine too x
  • Bruce Mulkey on Health Update | 10 August 2017Dear Sophie, my heart goes out to you and to John and Gabriella. May peace be with you and yours.
  • graham on Health Update | 10 August 2017Sending you my love Sophie. I read your blogs and i bow down to your boldness and strength and sense of humour. Im still saying the wrong words to the wrong people at the wrong time and when i do i think of you and chuckle. I'm not going to do that here - we're in polite company. So when i say 'continue the fight' i'll let you imagine how many swear words i've had to delete out of that sentence xx
  • Barbara Cleaver on Health Update | 10 August 2017Dear Sophe, Your courage and beauty are immense, admirable, and infinitely inspiring. And you are quite the most ferocious fighter I have ever seen... Fight on, Sophie! Sending very much love... Barbara and all of us
  • Andrea and Roger on Health Update | 10 August 2017Dear Sophie whom we have never met but whom we know, we write to thank you for the enormous encouragement your life and writings have given us. For me (Roger)the best story is the horses in the field coming over to whisper to YOU. We made a lot of use of your book and put ourselves into a good place with all its helpful hints. We wish you the very best for the time ahead.
  • Miho on Health Update | 10 August 2017Sophie darling, Thank you so much for sharing what you are going through. We are thinking of you, John and Gabriella. Love, Mxxx
  • Issy on Health Update | 10 August 2017Feeling for you and with you - touched, grateful, sad, hopeful, inspired. Trusting that you really are held - as are we all. xx <3
  • Suzanne on Health Update | 10 August 2017You inspire me tremendously Sophie, and you continue to illuminate the path for so many. Blessings to you and your family, and may God give you all strength, courage, peace and love. <3
  • Ginny Fraser on Postcard 17: Health Update, 16 Jun 2017Sending you so much loving and Light, Sophie. Trusting in God and tying up your camel is a perfect way to express what you are doing. You are an awesome human being - blessings for ease, joy and relaxation on this part of the journey, Loving you. xx
  • Pam Devine on Health Update | 10 August 2017Dearest Sophie, friend whom I have never met but who has found a place in my heart. I hold your hand each morning as I meditate. Have a wonderful time in Devon with your family. Much love from Canada, Pam
  • Jane and Rob Paterson on Health Update | 10 August 2017You are a real inspiration. We heard you speak in Bath, at the Assembly rooms during Bath literary festival week, and have since followed your blog. It sounds pretty bad for you at the moment, but just enjoy each day and know that there are many people thinking of you and wishing you well. You have given sensible advice and much strength to others, so now it's time for you. Thank you.
  • Diane on Health Update | 10 August 2017Sophie you continue to inspire and your courage and outlook is incredible. I'm so glad that you are still exploring treatments whilst acknowledging such a difficult path you are treading. I send you love and hope xxx
  • Ann McMaster on Health Update | 10 August 2017I have no words - only feelings - inspired, grateful, scared, sad, uplifted, touched, held, holding, hopeful, scared, inspired, hopeful, faithful, grateful, resigned, inspired, touched, hopeful - mostly grateful for your life and for the ride with you.
  • Maggie Baldwin on Health Update | 10 August 2017I am sadly often so selfish.While genuinely, genuinely wanting you to be well and to see you blessed with many more mortal years, I know that part of that desire is because it gives ME hope, gives ME strength and encouragement, that I, too, might stay here longer than first seemed possible. Please forgive. No obligation for you to be a beacon of light. Rest and be. PS - your hair is gorgeous!
  • Ted on Health Update | 10 August 2017Dear Sophie, You seem to be further along the path than I and I want to tell you how much courage you have. I have been following you along your journey and marvel at both your grit and your grace. You have given much, and whatever happens, I wish you peace. Namaste. Ted in Maine, USA.
  • susan tuffin on Health Update | 10 August 2017Take care and do what you think is important, always in my thoughts and in my heart for all the good things you showed me, thank you.
  • Elaine on Health Update | 10 August 2017Full of admiration for you ..ive changed my way of thinking since i read your book. Thankyou.
  • Lisa Dennys on Health Update | 10 August 2017Sophie, it's the WAY you are living your life and doing what you need to do that constantly gives me joy, goosebumps and intense pause for reflection. Much, much love to you on this very personal journey, where you are living life to the fullest and where the learning is steep and constant. Thanks for sharing this process with all of us who cheer for you. Bravo. xoxo
  • Val Turner on Postcard 17: Health Update, 16 Jun 2017You are an inspiration Sophie. Belief in action demonstrating a new way of dealing with challenges. Continue to keep baffling your medical team.
  • Paula on Health Update | 21 May 2017Love from Brazil Sophie. God bless you.
  • Debbie on Postcard 17: Health Update, 16 Jun 2017Sophie - you are an inspiration - praying lots for us all xx
  • Joe on Postcard 17: Health Update, 16 Jun 2017Dear Sophie. You are a good fighter and a great inspiration to all of us victims of cancer. My best wishes, love - Joe
  • Raj Thamotheram on Health Update | 21 May 2017Sophie You've are an inspiration to me and so many others. Keep strong and be kind to yourself too. Love Raj
  • Maggie Baldwin on Postcard 17: Health Update, 16 Jun 2017Baffling though it is, It's bl**dy marvellous news, I'm so pleased for you.
  • Troy Bertelsen on Postcard 17: Health Update, 16 Jun 2017That is so excellent Sophie! Well done! And way to rock the Trainer Conference in Atlanta, Lei-Anna said you were 'undeniable'! I look forward to meeting you in person someday soon.
  • Clare Vivian-Neal on Postcard 17: Health Update, 16 Jun 2017Courage, pure courage. Respect as you walk deeply into your life, with all that is given. Love for you precious friend.
  • susan tuffin on Postcard 17: Health Update, 16 Jun 2017Sounds great, keep doing so fine we all need a good role model xxx
  • Julie W Brundage on Postcard 17: Health Update, 16 Jun 2017I cannot understand this latest update. You must be the most confounding person ever treated by any of these physicians. In our prayers and hearts Sophie....keep confounding....OXXO, Julie and Howie Brundage
  • Kate on Postcard 17: Health Update, 16 Jun 2017That's news to breathe a sigh of relief too, Sophie. With much love and awe, as ever, Kate xxx
  • Cousin Mary on Postcard 17: Health Update, 16 Jun 2017Wow, honey - you are a marvel !!! Lots of love from all of us xxxxx
  • jacinta mcshane on Health Update | 21 May 2017Your smile is glorious. You are guided and blessed. You are 'in touch' and onward you will go. Bless your courage, your humility, your openess, your remarkable 'giving'....bless YOU! Big hugs. Jacinta xx
  • Amanda Collins on Health Update | 21 May 2017Faith can move mountains - after all, she is a big girl! I remember your winning speech aged 16. You were an inspiration at school and continue to be one! Love & respect to a remarkable head girl x
  • Faith on Health Update | 21 May 2017Sophie, so glad to have found your website and blog. THANK YOU for saying it differently - I thought I was the only one (or at least a little weird) to be thinking that cancer is not an enemy. It's part of me - literally. It's my OWN cells getting a confused message and doing the wrong thing - not some foreign invader. Keep strong - btw, the ports are awesome, you won't regret it!
  • Susan Woodhouse on Health Update | 21 May 2017Looking from afar Sophie, you continue to inspire with your amazing spirit. If any of us out there can gain from your example of spirit in this world then the world is by far a richer place because of you dear women. with love S
  • Steve Day on Health Update | 21 May 2017Hi Sophie, thanks for your update, I was starting to wonder how you were doing... I was diagnosed in December, stage 4 metastasized prostate cancer & to the bones, 43 years old, PSA 800 then, now 25... Went to a support group at the start of the year in Kent & was shown your book there, have now read it, loved it & will read it again...!?! Hope to meet you in Canterbury on the 21st of July...
  • Anthony Dellaventura on Health Update | 21 May 2017God Bless!
  • Christine Thornley on Health Update | 21 May 2017Thank you so much for the update Sophie - I have been wondering how you are doing and checking to see any new info. I can only re-iterate what all the other comments on here say - you are truly one inspirational lady! Positive thoughts and much love
  • Cathy McIntyre on Health Update | 21 May 2017Dear Sophie thank you so much for taking the time to post this update. Sending you warm wishes. Cathy X
  • Alma Taylor on Health Update | 21 May 2017I am blessed to have found your book which lead me to you. You are truly an inspiration in regards to 'keeping it real'. I have been telling many friends and family members about you and how gifted you are with helping others face their own challenges. It's highly unlikely that I'll be able to attend a presentation in person but hoping someday, it can happen via internet. Sending love and prayers.
  • Pamela HS on Health Update | 21 May 2017The Angels (Bless'em) must be surrounding your days with love and giving you amazing strength, you are an inspiration
  • Vania Phitidis on Health Update | 21 May 2017Just sending you HEAPS of love, Sophie. <3 <3 <3
  • Robert Nock on Health Update | 21 May 2017You look more gorgeous each time I see you. Keep cracking the codes. Much love xxx
  • Annette Harrison on Health Update | 21 May 2017So glad to read your update. Been thinking about you a lot. Onwards and forwards. You are my inspiration. Hugs and love x
  • Audrey webber on Health Update | 21 May 2017Oh my Sophie, you just keep on growing despite this dreadful disease, you keep on inspiring us thru this dreadful disease, you are truly amazing.
  • June WAlker on Health Update | 21 May 2017Having received your news so soon after the gift of Art of Responsibility in York am full of gratitude for your life, your work, your willingness to share your experiences. Alongside those there is comfort knowing that my grief, my sometimes gut wrenching sadness is a precious part of life in the face of reality. Your reality evokes a continuing message of love.
  • Janet currier on Health Update | 21 May 2017So pleased to hear you are doing well because you've often been in my thoughts since I got your e mail about the surgery. Your courage and willingness to find the gifts in difficult times are an inspiration. Thank you for sharing - it really helps the rest of us. And just to say I love my port now and it makes infusions etc so much easier. Wishing you light and love Sophie x
  • Virginia on Health Update | 21 May 2017Dear Sophie, thanks for the update. Wow what a journey you're on! Well done for getting with your life. Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers.
  • Pete Whimster on Health Update | 21 May 2017Still alive and (?)well masel but considerably older(fond of regarding aging as a disease nowadays). Brain tumour(lhs , front) oot at age 69 last Oct , just as well - disabling! Follow up radiotherapy to rhs of brain has me a bittie 'groggy' for last six weeks but still enjoying my retirement. Natural Burial Site(Cothiemuir) booked for my wife and I , just in case! Respect to all and 'Good Luc
  • Jenny Keating on Health Update | 21 May 2017So good to get this update Sophie. Your wonderful spirit shines for all of us. May His Love, which is the One Love, continue to shine forth from you and light the way for others. Our loving thoughts are with you and your darling Gabriella and John in our daily prayers. In Him, Jenny and Ross Keating
  • Clare Vivian-Neal on Health Update | 21 May 2017I am humbled and inspired to see you choosing gifts each step of the mysterious path. And, you are even more "essentially Sophie" than ever as you lead your glorious life. Thank you dear precious friend.
  • Jen on Health Update | 21 May 2017Thank you, Sophie! You are a force to be reckoned with -- it seems your cancer cells know this too. Your openness as well as your thoughtful circumspection, sharing with us so generously, but not until you have let your mind and your heart settle -- all of this a reminder of how to really live one's life. May your heart remain full and your body be as free of pain as possible!
  • Val Turner on Health Update | 21 May 2017Your courage awes me and gives me a reason to enjoy my life and work with the side effects of my tumour.
  • Cecilia Spencer on Health Update | 21 May 2017Sophie I met you at one of your talks in London. I introduced myself as a fello cancerian and horse of fire. Your fire turely shines and lights up the path for others. You are a very inspiring. Thank you for sharing your journey. I wish you an abundance of blessing. Love & Light, Cecilia x
  • Nomeki Glasstein on Health Update | 21 May 2017So good to hear from you . You look wonderful! Thanks for keeping us up to date with your health. You are truly an inspiration and the epitome of Grace during unsettling times. Thank you for allowing me to be a part of your journey. I am reaching the one year mark on afatinib. I had full brain radiation and so far so good except for short term memory. I am also stage four. All my best Nomeki 🌸
  • Annabel on Health Update | 21 May 2017Whole brain radiation sounds hideous and instinctively I am sure it should be avoided. What are the facts? Scientifically why it is to be avoided? Apologies if I sound blunt and too direct. I am a friend on the cancer whispers website, so know how you work! Thank you for any feedback.
  • Lucia Ferrara Bettler on Health Update | 21 May 2017I send you so many good thoughts, positive visions, and prayers. May courage be your companion and guide. I am in treatment at MD Anderson, Houston for uterine cancer. So far, so good. Blessings and grace, Lucia Ferrara Bettler Houston, Texas Lucia's Garden---Healing Shop
  • Bonnie Clarkson on Health Update | 21 May 2017I have been waiting from an update from you Sophie and am so pleased today to have email notification of one! You are truly inspirational and as a fellow cancer trooper, give me hope every time I see your smiling face in a photo. I have read your book a hundred times. Love to you.
  • karen sloanes on Health Update | 21 May 2017Good luck to you Sophie, we met at Newcastle Maggie's you were inspirational, educational and fabulous. I'm the person that had full brain radiotherapy in Jan 17. Lots of love xxxxx Karen
  • Julie W Brundage on Health Update | 21 May 2017One thing that we now all know from following your life Sophie, is that it is not just a simple decision of treatment or no treatment. Except for your brave path, nobody would ever think that there were so many different ways to go down the path. Thank you for teaching us.
  • Pam Devine on Health Update | 21 May 2017Dear Sophie - I hope you amaze yourself as much as you amaze us.
  • Joy Watkins on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Am reading your special book Sophie at 2am can't sleep as my big fat liver won't quite let me lie down . I have terminal Breast cancer and relate to much you are sharing ... your honesty and willingness to be with what is happening to you . Am about to start a new trial tomorrow as my liver is now mostly tumours rather than liver. I want to send you much Springtime love and energy for now xx
  • Jan Prior on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Dear Sophie, I have only just found your book - the most useful source of advice. I send love and positivity to you as you face this next phase. You are truly inspirational. Thank you.
  • Robyn on How to Prepare for Brain SurgeryHi Sophie I hope you are doing well after your op. Do you cancer peeps have a private site you can talk to each other on.
  • Linda Waite on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017By now Sophie you will have had your operation and yet another mountain has been climbed. We are thinking of you and your lovely family and pray for a positive outcome.x
  • Troy Bertelsen on How to Prepare for Brain SurgerySending Love and Compassion to you and your family for your healing.
  • Marjorie on How to Prepare for Brain SurgerySending loving vibes to you from Ottawa Canada as you go forward.You are one of the bravest people with such a huge heart with a wonderful gift of being able to write about your journey as you live it.Truly an inspiration .
  • Warren Kahn on How to Prepare for Brain SurgeryInspired!! I am with you and grateful for all you are bringing to life. Go well on the journey. I see you. More to come. warren
  • Sophie on How to Prepare for Brain SurgeryDear Sophie Im thinking of you, John and Gabriella. I pray that the operation went smoothly and that you're sitting up in bed now with your beautiful smile. Thank you for sharing your journey with such heart felt honesty and bravery. sending you much love Sophie xx
  • Geri May on How to Prepare for Brain SurgerySending you love and light to support you in this massive challenge - you inspire so many including me in dealing with my cancer. thanks for you...xx
  • Richard Thorp on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Sophie, I've still got a card & amazing message you gave me years ago when we partnered to deliver a programme that touched more people in the U.K. than any other before or since. I read your words often. You said "whatever else you do, you have done enough. You have made a difference to thousands of people..." straight back at you & more. Your courage inspires & ripple effect continues. love x
  • Ginny Fraser on How to Prepare for Brain SurgeryLight and loving to you Sophie. Praying for a brilliant outcome which is entirely possible. . xxxxx
  • Sophie Sabbage on How to Prepare for Brain Surgery"The most open human being I know." Thank you. This is one of my highest goals and it has been a life's work.
  • Laura Book on How to Prepare for Brain SurgeryGood luck, Sophie. Thinking of you and sending you lots of love and hope. You are an inspiration to us lung cancer peeps.
  • Lynne Rothwell on How to Prepare for Brain SurgerySophie you are an inspiration and the most open human being I know of. The world needs you xx
  • Alison Easton on How to Prepare for Brain SurgeryAs I head towards my first chemo and radiotherapy to my head and neck, I am inspired by your incredible positivity, and doing my utmost to emulate it. Wishing you strength, enormous luck and a following wind, and look forward to hearing from you on the other side of the surgery. I hope you can feel the love and support from so many directions x
  • Carolyn on How to Prepare for Brain SurgeryDear Sophie, You will be in my thoughts and prayers tomorrow, if anyone can conquer this you can. Carolyn x
  • Angela Northall on How to Prepare for Brain SurgeryWishing you the best outcome, Sophie. My daughter had a fourteen hour brain surgery and the waiting was difficult to cope with. I would suggest that John asks whether the surgeon will phone him once the operation is completed. My daughter's surgeon phoned at 11 45 pm. If this is not the hospital's policy find out how the hospital will update him. Prayers, positive thoughts for you.
  • Lori on How to Prepare for Brain SurgeryThinking of you, stay strong, be well
  • Steven Walton on How to Prepare for Brain SurgerySophie is empowered. There are many who are not and need to be supported. Please send your thoughts and healing energy to those less fortunate then Sophie who too live with cancer. The poor who are unable to afford the quality foods that would help. The friendless. Those whose medical treatment is standard and routine and who lack the voice to take a stand for themselves.
  • micha on How to Prepare for Brain SurgeryYes, to all you write: let fear enter and let it go. I was operated from a rare cancer and I know the statistics are not with me. But we are not numbers, the best we can do is to leave behind us a trail of love. A friend has just died of terminal cancer and the whole town went to her funeral to say thank you. She was love. If we do that we survive no matter what. Thank you for what you are doing.
  • Sue Adams on How to Prepare for Brain SurgeryMy cancer diagnosis coincided exactly the same time as yours did so October 2014 I too began my journey of befriending this condition and tanks to your wonderful and inspiring emotional rhetoric I have been sustained. I was in th middle of training to be a bereavement counsellor so I could not have been in a more supported and nourished environment. But you Sophie light a beacon for all of us.
  • Yve Schelhaas on How to Prepare for Brain SurgeryYou have countless inspired and grateful souls always walking beside you Sophie, sending all the love and help you have given us in our darkest of times right back at you. Silver trainers, fabulous hat - no wonder your amazing girl comes out with wonderful words like happily ever laughter - she really is her mum's daughter. Wear those trainers out running at life. Big love xxxx
  • Jenny Meadows on How to Prepare for Brain SurgeryI'm smiling, completely enrolled, in wonder at your how-to list that makes more sense than most of them do, particularly the hat and silver trainers! We're with you and love you. The date's in my diary. XXOO, Jen
  • Maggie Baldwin on How to Prepare for Brain SurgeryGut-churningly, bowel-emptyingly awful:no one should have to face this:no one would wish to be in your admittedly beautiful, silver trainers. The hopes and prayers of each one of us will be centred on you tomorrow, because "Ask not for whom the bell tolls...it tolls for me". Oh God, Sophie...
  • Michael on How to Prepare for Brain SurgeryGood luck Sophie. You are a brave & noble girl.
  • Mary Reynolds on How to Prepare for Brain SurgeryWhat a woman you are Sophie! Such courage, careful thought, action & purposefulness. I will pray in the Drakensberg mountains of South Africa, for your swift, intact return to your loving family.
  • Philomena Robinson on How to Prepare for Brain SurgeryI know you'll have heard it all before but I just wanted to say that your words & positivity must have helped thousands who are going through similar trauma and I will pray for your recovery so you can spend special time with your beloved family! God bless x
  • Sally Maurice on How to Prepare for Brain SurgeryWow, so awe inspiring and moving. Wishing you and the family all strength (and laughter). My love, thoughts and prayers will be with you xxx
  • Kate Allison on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Your wisdom helped me so much when I was diagnoised with Secondary bowel cancer, a year ago. You helped me to believe that intuitition and creativity were the right paths for me to follow, despite the unevenessw of the emotional and physical terraine on this cancer trek. Until tonight I had not read your blog and now I have and I so wish your journey had not taken you back to the precipice. xx
  • Lisa Dennys on How to Prepare for Brain SurgeryYes. Onward.Crying, shaking, laughing, preparing, surrendering, loving...being alive.xoxoxo We are all with you in spirit, Sophie.
  • Peggy Jarrett on How to Prepare for Brain SurgeryOnly you, Soph. Only you would do it this way...say it this way...live it this way...! And that is why those silver trainers are going to look so damn good on you. Love you always.
  • patricia murphy on How to Prepare for Brain SurgeryI just love your new hat and you look stunning in it too! You have everything going for you! You really cannot lose! Thoughts are with you and update on surgery as soon as you are able, please!
  • Diane on How to Prepare for Brain SurgeryOh Sophie, you are amazing - I really mean that. Your planning, your thoughtfulness and your attitude to face this head on and deal with it are truly inspiring. I know you will say what I say - what else is there to do? But you go the extra mile and I so wish you all the best for a smooth operation and peaceful recovery. My love to you as always xxx
  • Kathy Rinehart on How to Prepare for Brain SurgeryHi Sophie, I found your blog in April of 2016 when my mom was diagnosed with Stage 4 Lung Cancer. Through your blog, I found hope that carried me until she had a devastating reaction to Opdivo in Oct. She didn't recover and passed away on Dec. 26, 2016. As heartbroken as I am over her death, I pray hard that you come through your surgery with success and the gift of more hugs from your daughter
  • susan woodhouse on How to Prepare for Brain SurgeryI love every word of this Sophie, it is as always inspiring and life affirming in every possible way. Go well and I will be sending you loving thoughts from across the globe.
  • lorraine miller on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Sophie, what a blow for you, after all you've been through. Your dignity and valour are inspirational. Keep going, keep being You. Sending you love and warmth.
  • Laura Book on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017So sorry to hear this latest news of yours. I just finished reading your book and will reread it because the insights and wisdom are pure spiritual genius. Your words fill my heart with love and peacefulness and help me to deal with the fear of living with stage 4 lung cancer. I am at a loss for words but hope you find the right treatment. Hugs to you.
  • Sophie Sabbage on Oasis of HopeIf you want contact with me please follow my FB page and join my FB group. Thanks. https://m.facebook.com/thecancerwhisperer/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/282379948763905/
  • Alison Crossley on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Gutted. Now its time for us to send you kind and loving thoughts and hold you up as you have supported us. Keep fighting lovely lady, there is always hope xx
  • Sue Nicklen on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Hi Sophie, Doctors knew I had brain tumours, 12 to be precise in December but waited until after Christmas to tell me. I admit to being a bit surprised but I was also pleased because I had an amazing Christmas. How brave of you to share your news. I hope there is something that can help you. I am praying for you Suexxx
  • Jane Capreolus on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Dear Sophie & Family, I'm thinking of you and sending you love and strength at this time. Thank you all for sharing the gifts of your insights, experiences & thoughts. You help so many. May you receive the guidance you need and very soon. Blessings and love, Jane x
  • julie on Oasis of Hopehi sophie was given your name by sarah at chartwell suite where I had chemo.Not sure if reacurrence waiting for results very interested in clinic etc.would be great to make contact and talk ,hope your well juliexx
  • Ricky Hogan on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Hi Sweet Sophie, thank you for the update. I hope your spirits remain positive. May the Irish hills caress you. May her lakes and rivers bless you. May the luck of the Irish enfold you. May the blessings of Saint Patrick behold you.
  • Christine Thornley on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Dear Sophie Read the update on the 25th but my computer has been on the blink till now. So sorry to hear this news but my love and thoughts are with you all the way for whatever happens next. Lets hope there is an inspirational medic out there waiting to help. Much love Christine
  • Valerie Wade Mott on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Dear Sophie my heart sends to you the light you gave me.
  • Vanora Bennett on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Dear distant cousin Sophie, we've never met but I often feel we have, as since you started your blog and I started reading it I have become one of your greatest admirers. Thank you for your wonderful honesty and lightness of touch. I just wanted to say now that I am most definitely praying for you and sending every possible good wish your way. Vanora
  • Anne Chalfant Brown on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Dearest Sophie, I am so sorry! I am holding you and John and Gabriella close in my heart. I'm praying for your discernment as you make treatment decisions. I pray for your healing. I acknowledge your courage and depth of spirit. I love you, Anne
  • Robyn on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Hi dear Sophie Sending you buckets of love from NZ. Kia kaha. At the last mtl weekend we had we collectively sent Clare this thunderbolt of love altogether with a huge giant POW. Now the POW is coming to you from all over the world. May this massive ocean of love carry you on your journey wherever this may take you. X Robyn
  • Gilli Stephens on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Dear courageous Sophie, what rotten news. I am bathing you in the warm South African sunlight and beaming you healing rays. I am upholding you for this journey of yours which makes you such an inspiration to so many. Huge hugs xxxxx
  • Deborah a Tobin-Desson on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017I don't know what to say Sophie but I'm sending love to you and John and Gabriella xxx
  • Tanya on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Re 'liquid cells' . The meninges are not liquid, they are membranes. They are, however, lubricated so i guess this is what they are talking about. Cells running accross the surface in the cerebal spinal fluid (CSF) that lubricaes the meniges. Hope this helps Xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Margaret on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Bugger I would be very annoyed if doctors delayed jn giving me all the information.
  • Susan woodhouse on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017you stand for light and life Sophie in every way. John stands for light and life beside you. I am holding you deeply in my thoughts, wishing you strength in which ever form you need it. with love honour and respect Susan,
  • Lara on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Dearest Sophie You are a joy, and I've never met you! You're in my thoughts, my prayers and all the loving light I can surround you with. Love and laughter Lara
  • Jan Gowling on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Dear Sophie. Such a brave and heartbreaking blog entry... I hope you know that there is an enormous, collective, love-filled hug encircling you. Many of us are too far away to help with daily tasks etc but you can be assured that you are in our thoughts and prayers. Sending love and hope. xoxox jan gowling
  • Maurice Orange on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017"Keep calm ~and carry on" Godspeed
  • Julie and Howard Brundage on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Dear Sophie, On our way back from Puerto Escondido and your parents, we stopped at Our Lady of Guadalupe Basilicas to pray for you and your whole dear family in Mexico City.. I pray our prayers are answered in the best possible ways. You are held in our hearts always, Julie and Howie
  • Susan Ball on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Sophie, John, Gabriella - we are, indeed, holding you in our hearts, and thoughts more than ever right now. God bless you all. With much love, Susan, Tim and Dan xxx
  • Sophie Sabbage on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017So you to ask this Jerome! My understanding is that the brain lining/meninges is liquid so when the cancer cells enter the lining they spread out. It looks like streaks on the scan instead of contained shapes with clear edges. This is what makes it hard to target. But I'm the patient. Please educate me if I have misunderstood this!
  • Rachel Boothroyd on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Holding you and your family close in loving thoughts Sophie. You are in my daily meditation. I have such deep gratitude for what you've done for me, the work you are doing and the transformation you bring. Love xxx
  • Andrea MacIntyre on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Dear Sophie, I was so sad to hear this news. We are 'holding you (and your family) in the light' as the Quakers say.
  • Hermione on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Dearest Sophie, What a blow. I am truly sorry. It seems that every time you reach the top of the hill you are confronted by another one. Don't give up. Just wanting to send you, John and Gabriella a big hug, Hermione x
  • Sam Dennis on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Sophie, This is crap and I wouldn't know where to begin to say any more than that. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I look forward to hearing more from you in the future when you have a plan and are moving forward again. In the meantime, keep the faith and much much love xxx
  • Deb on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Blessings from Ireland sweet lady, holding you in my thoughts. Thank you for the gift of you and all that you have brought to the world to date. Wishing you strength,faith and courage for this leg of the journey!
  • Steven Walton on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017I found your Update to be factual, unambiguous and honest. I don't see any sentimentality or unrealistic thinking. There is always Hope. I find you the "patient" at the cente are the one who supports others. I Give-A-Shit because I care for you and me. We benefit from your intelligence and education, your creativity as an author and your willingness to be open about your health and relationships.
  • Cousin Mary on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Oh darling, darling Sophie. ALL our love is with you, surrounding you and holding you. xxx
  • Jerome burne on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Such a horible blow for you and admire the way you respond withcharcteristic blend of apparently calm rationalism while being honest about the emotional impact. My rational side was intrigued and alarmed by your phrase 'liquid cancer'. That sound straight from a sci-fi horror movie. What does it mean.' How would a liquid cell continue to function. Don't bother to answer - just had to register it
  • Jane Gooding on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Hey Sophie. I trust you to trust you and to know what works for you. I love your real ness. I have noted and understand all your points. I am acting on no. 7. Sending you healing love light and healing and Deep gratitude for you and your gift to so many. Xx Jane
  • Chris Laney on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Dear Sophie Thank you for the update sending you lot's of love and healing Chris xxx
  • Anne on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Dear Sheeb, thank you for sharing your tips with Sophie and us all, I commented earlier about my own journey with anal cancer and also work with visualisations and the chakras. If you and Sophie are willing I would like to connect with you, as anal cancer is rare and i would like to connect with others who have it as a 'buddy'/support group. Sending love and prayers to you and all on here x
  • ken mcdowall on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Met you at Maggies edinburgh and heard your latest health update.i dearly hope you can fight this off again. You deserve to have your prayers answered after what you've been through.
  • Mary Reynolds on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Dear Sophie I am so sorry to hear this news. You have been an inspiration in the way that you are dealing with your journey and i have been touched often by your courage and huge heart. Sending love and prayers for your and your family. xxx
  • Bernadette King on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Sending you and your family love and light. In gratitude
  • Andrea Batten-Gray on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017I am sending huge hugs to you. My news is not good and I did want to Skype with you but I will leave it a while you clearly have a lot on your plate for now. All my love Andrea xxxx
  • Angela Potter on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Sending lots of light and love and prayers xx Angela
  • Sheeb on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017You are inspirational Sophie. Keep up the good hope. I find by doing visualisations and working with the chakra system nearest where the cancer has manifested to be useful. I can work with the energy and feel the effects on my tumours. In my case anal cancer which corresponds to the base chakra, the colour red etc. I guess yours would be between the throat and crown chakras.My prayers are with you
  • Richard on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017We love you Sophie, brave courageous spirit...xx RR&E
  • Nicki walker on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Sending you all much love and healing hugs xxx
  • Lucy Howe on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Genuinely gutted for you and your family. You are such an inspiration. Thoughts and prayers with you every day. Lucy x
  • Peter Lurie on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Always! With love!
  • Clare Jones on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Thank you for sharing - thinking of you x
  • Jill on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Love, hugs and prayers - for you, John and Gabriella. Just keep doing your thing Sophie - you are making a difference xx
  • Erica Alheit on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Dear Sophie I am sending you so much love and light and hugs You brave, brave heart! You are such an inspiration to so many.. Much love to J and Miss G Erica
  • Hilary on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Dear Sophie, I have read your blog since it started & your book, cover to cover, although I do not have cancer. I have shared it with many people because I have found such wisdom, compassion, creativity and humanity in what you say and how you write. Your experience and words are a lesson in living - thank you for every one of them. I am holding you and your family in my heart.
  • valerie rule on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017I am thinking of you and praying for you. God bless, much love Valerie
  • Nomeki G on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Prayers to you and your family. I am sending an overseas hug from New York . Peace and all good thoughts to continue the strength of the spirit.
  • Anne on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Dear Sophie, So sorry to hear this. I have followed your blog since my diagnosis in Oct 2014 (anal cancer) and you have been an inspiration in how to live with cancer and stay as positive as possible. I am on an alternative protocol and the main things that i feel are working for me are plant medicine (cannabis, mistletoe), frankincense, emotional processing and prayer. I wish you well x
  • Catherine Lanigan on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Holding. Close. Xxxxx
  • Jeanne on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Sophie - I love you. Sending energy. EOM
  • Rosemary Alder on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Dearest Sophie, you are and continue to be, inspirational. Sending love and light your way. xo
  • Barbara on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Sophie, you are in my thoughts and prayers. You are an incredible human being alongside many others and your journey as a THE cancer whisperer is unique, thought provoking, trustworthy and inspirational. I read all your posts and read each thoughtful comment you make towards others with curiosity. I especially have been intrigued and interested in the win vs. lose philosophy. There is more...❤
  • Ted on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017You are not alone in this journey. We're all with you.
  • iida E Beltran on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Dear Sophie Iḿ sorry to hear this. Sending prayers and love. Thank you for being our inspiration in this journey. All love xoxo.
  • Tanya malpss on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Praying for you Sophie and keeping hope alive and dressed in its party frock. Much love. Xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Sheryl on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017WTH! Sending you a multitude of love and light...and huge prayers for you to find the perfect guidance! ❤ Love, Sheryl XO
  • Carolyn on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Dear Sophie, I bought your book when I saw you on BBC news a couple of weeks ago and have gained strength and positivity reading it. I am so very sorry to hear this news, sending you love. Stay strong you amazing woman x x x
  • Petra on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Thank you for living out loud, Sophie, even when the news isn't what you or any of us hoped for. Sending love and healing energy your way.
  • Ann Ellis on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Dear Sophie my prayers are with you you are in my thoughts all the time you inspire me so much reading your book at moment hanging on to your every word may God be with you and your family take care beloved one xxxxxx
  • Julie webster on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017My eyes are full of tears, my breath sighs deeply, sadness rests on my shoulders. Yet HOPE where is hope? Romans 8:24-28 Hope that is seen is no hope at all....we wait for it patiently, ...the Spirit helps us in our weakness.....He himself intercedes for us through worldless groans.....And we know that in all things God works for the good of those ho love him ......
  • Andrea McFarlane on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Dear beautiful, brave and amazing Sophie, sending you all the strength and courage I can, wrapped in immense and immeasurable gratitude for the help you have given to me, my family and my patients. I hope all you have given will sweep back wrapped in gratitude to you, you many times over. Be strong as you are, much love Andréa xxx
  • Marisol on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017My Heart reaching out to you in love and respect X
  • Clare Vivian-Neal on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Oh dear Sophie. Tears rolling down my cheeks as I write. I wish I was nearer and could juice for you. From afar I am loving you and praying for the mystery to unfold. Opening my heart to Julian of Norwich's words to find a home in me with your news: "All shall be well in all manner of things." Not. There. Yet. Love Cxx
  • Annette on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017So sorry to read this. I cried. You became my inspiration after seeing you on tv and having read your book. You are so strong. I have two brain tumours, following my two lung tumours, one lung now got more after treatment. And just had massive pulmonary embolism and have multiple blood clots in both lungs. Life can be so cruel to the best of people. I wish you well always xxxx
  • Troy Bertelsen on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017My heart is with you Sophie, and with your family. I share breath in the space of I Dont't Know with tears of love for your healing. I will prepare a Sweat Lodge Ceremony to pray for you 8days from now in the way I have found most connecting. Love and Compassion, Troy
  • Jackie Armstrong on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Listening to your talk at Maggies has put me in a better place after being a little low, so inspiring Love and hugs to you x
  • Sophie Sabbage on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Just to be clear peeps. By "practical help" welcome, I don't mean medical advice. I mean juicing, cooking, play dates with G etc. Ask John (my husband/assistant) for ideas if you want to support us.
  • Nicky Jenkins on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017sorry to hear this Sophie
  • Leah on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Dear Sophie Sending you and your family so much love and prayers. Your book was the first thing I found after my diagnosis and was a complete inspiration. Thank you for the gift of your strength and heart. May you be well, all love xx
  • Paul McAweney on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Just to say I'm holding close Sophie, rattled and upset and remembering, but praying and hoping.God bless, Paul, x
  • Johnene Deasy on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017You have so inspired me to "live" and serve. You are such a wonderful gift to all who are touched by your words And you will always leave a glow of hope wherever you have been. Thank you friend.
  • Warren Kahn on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Thank you for sharing what is so with us. I will hold you in my meditations with love.
  • Claire Molyneux on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017So sorry to hear your news. You are such an inspiration.
  • Ann Everett on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Thank you for giving so much strength to myself & others. Your book chAnged my life. I send you heartfelt healing thoughts. xxx
  • Caitlin O'Connor on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Hi Sophie, your book was one of the first things I read after my diagnosis of stage IV cancer, only eleven weeks after the birth of my first baby. It gave me so much hope and I agree that having a purpose is a powerful thing. I am holding you in my thoughts. Much love and gratitude from Australia
  • diana lennard on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Not only praying but also sending love XXDiana
  • Jen N on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017You are such a gift to all of us who have found you. Follow your body, mind, soul. My thoughts and spirit are with you and your family. Thank you!
  • Trish on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Sophie l sent a response to your health update which is probably sitting in the web team inbox! Duh! I included some practical ideas that you may or may not have considered. I know by now how well educated you have become on this subject.do retrieve it if you can and as l said in that reply you have my wholehearted attention in the form of prayer Love Trish(Murphy)
  • Siobhan on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Well dear Sophie I am doing g what I can for you which is sending you much love and light and holding you close in my living loving heart. Big gentle warm hugs for you from me.
  • Davelyn Vidrine on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Just holding space in my heart for you, Sophie.
  • Jan Jackson on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017I. Can't. Even. If the cohort of 'Cancer Whisperers' that you have created do nothing other than change the way the medical profession seek to control knowledge and results then you have made a difference. You continue to inspire people everyday. The more we pass on your name to others, the more peace we can bring. Prayers are being said. Go do your thing girl.
  • Jo on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017I saw you at the Genesis Anniversary get together last night. I am an NHS and private secretary working in oncology AT Maidstone Hospital- you are an inspiration and I have thought about you all day today after listening to your captivating, moving and funny words. I hope my consultant takes what you said into the clinic room next week. Much love x
  • Gill Turner on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Praying! Hug!
  • Alan Griffiths on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Hi Soph, Just wanted you to know I love you dearly am deeply inspired by you and am rooting and praying for you with all my heart. Much love and best wishes Alan
  • Tricia on Health Update | 25 Feb 2017Holding you and your family close, Sophie. Sending much love and strength for you all. xxx
  • Alevtina on Oasis of HopeThank you for sharing this information with us and the world. My mother, the endometrial cancer patient with metastasis in liver and lungs, had treatment in October, 2016 for three weeks at the Oasis of Hope. Three months later, the CT scan showed the large tumors have shrunk for about a 3rd. That is a big victory in such small amount of time and with no chemo! Thanks to God and the doctors!
  • Alfredo Procaccini on Health UpdateI met you in June with Dr. Contreras. I was under the impression that you mainly wanted to be cured with "alternative medicine"!? Is the Gamma Knife radiosurgery the only answer? Are you keeping open all venues - despite side-effects? Glad is working for you. Best wishes to you and family.
  • Joan Fusco on Postcard 16: Latest Scan Results, 04 Oct 2016Hi Sophie I feel like you are a good friend of mine since reading your book in September. You are so courageous that even though I don't have cancer, you have encouraged me to deal with depression and life's " little " problems which before I would have thought of as disasters. I'm grateful to God that you wrote this book but sorry that you have to suffer.My sister died from cancer aged 53.
  • Ann Devlin on Postcard 16: Latest Scan Results, 04 Oct 2016Well done Sophie! May the shrinkage continue xxx
  • Rebecca on Postcard 16: Latest Scan Results, 04 Oct 2016Chuffed to bits to read about your good scans! Long may it continue! x
  • Cousin Mary on Postcard 16: Latest Scan Results, 04 Oct 2016Brilliant news, Sophie. All our love to you, John and Gabriella
  • Kate on Postcard 16: Latest Scan Results, 04 Oct 2016That's great news Sophie. Well done you! I'm constantly amazed and awed by you. Much love, Kate xxx
  • Gillian Huyton on Postcard 16: Latest Scan Results, 04 Oct 2016That is just brilliant news for you all and so encouraging.
  • Christine Thornley on Postcard 16: Latest Scan Results, 04 Oct 2016So so pleased to read this news Sophie - you amazing lady. Feeling very vulnerable today my daughter and I have delivered my husband to a residential home today -never thought I would have to do this but can no longer cope with the cancer and the dementia. Your news has put a smile back on my face. Much love Christine
  • Virginia Kpayser on Postcard 16: Latest Scan Results, 04 Oct 2016Hi Sophie, delighted to hear tumour has shrunk! So glad your doing well.😀
  • Jan Gowling on Postcard 16: Latest Scan Results, 04 Oct 2016This is such fantastic news Sophie! I've held my breath each time a new message has arrived from you. You are an inspiration to all and especially to those of us living life with cancer. I'm looking forward to your next book! Jan Gowling
  • issy Crocker on Postcard 16: Latest Scan Results, 04 Oct 2016So thrilled for you John and Miss G. You are a star Sophie, shining brightly, with each precious day a gift to treasure. From Sydney where I am savouring precious days with my daughter and grandchildren aged 8,6,4 and 2.
  • Mary Caroe on Postcard 16: Latest Scan Results, 04 Oct 2016Wonderful news. So encouraging and God bless you for your inspiration and positive attitude. Love to you all Mary
  • Linda Waite on Postcard 16: Latest Scan Results, 04 Oct 2016So pleased for you Sophie . You have inspired so many people including my husband Robin . The invaluable advice given at your talk in London has been a huge support and enabled us to move forward in our approach to his treatment. So onwards and upwards Sophie. Robin and I are willing you to reach the top of the mountain. Kind regards, Robin and Linda
  • Nancy W Van Dyke on Postcard 16: Latest Scan Results, 04 Oct 2016So happy for you, Sophie! Wonderful news! Regards to your Mom and Dad. I will be in touch with them soon!
  • Rosemary Alder on Postcard 16: Latest Scan Results, 04 Oct 2016Wonderful news, Sophie - you are such an inspiration to so many, bless you. xo Rosie
  • Lara on Postcard 16: Latest Scan Results, 04 Oct 2016You're awesome Sophie. Thanks for being part of our lives. I'm grateful to have the opportunity to share this journey with you. Loads of love and laughing Lara
  • Margaret cardwell on Postcard 16: Latest Scan Results, 04 Oct 2016Wonderful news for a beautiful lady! My prayers for you will continue as you make your courageous journey. You are helping so many! May God bless you and continue to help you fight the good fight! Margaret
  • Clare Vivian-Neal on Postcard 16: Latest Scan Results, 04 Oct 2016Sophie, I am grinning from ear to ear as I read your postcard, over and over. YES!!!! One huge loving yes that you probably can feel all the way around the world.
  • Ross Pierkowski on Postcard 16: Latest Scan Results, 04 Oct 2016Beautiful! Truly amazed by your journey. Lots of love to you!
  • Martina grant on Postcard 16: Latest Scan Results, 04 Oct 2016Delighted to hear your good news, you are an amazing lady. thank you for sharing your story, it's helped me through my journey.XX
  • Julie W Brundage on Postcard 16: Latest Scan Results, 04 Oct 2016Wow.......since we are in Chicago, we missed the Crickhowell Literary event but Howie and I wish we could hug you and your dad. Julie W And Howard Brundage
  • Pam Devine on Postcard 16: Latest Scan Results, 04 Oct 2016You, with your strong mind, body and soul, are SO keeping step in this dance you never wanted. Your graceful and powerful pliés and jetés will have the Royal Ballet knocking on your door!
  • Janice on Postcard 16: Latest Scan Results, 04 Oct 2016I'm so happy for you Sophie! This is delightfully good news. Lots of love from Australia
  • David Berman Howarth on Postcard 16: Latest Scan Results, 04 Oct 2016Wonderful news. Well done Sophie, you really are doing amazing things - as you know! Love and hope to see you all soon David
  • annie middleton on Postcard 16: Latest Scan Results, 04 Oct 2016Great news Sophie....SO pleased for you! I've just heard I'm on an immunotherapy treatment trial , yay! Lots of love Annie
  • Diane on Talk | Video | Don’t give cancer more than it can takeThank you Sophie, I needed to watch this today. I am incurable but managing my secondaries well on maintenance chemo at the moment, 21 months into diagnosis. I have been quite buoyant recently, family holiday, spa treatments and buying stuff to make me feel better but this morning after a painful night on the loo (thank you chemo) I was down and needed help - and there you are. xxx
  • Kate on Talk | Video | Don’t give cancer more than it can takeWow Sophie, your perseverance and tenacity are a wonder. I'm moved - frozen in fact, to realise, again, what you are facing, and facing so so very bravely. I just don't know how you do it but I'm very very grateful to know that it's possible. Well done, well done, you amazing, inspiring woman. Much love, Kate xxx
  • Diane on Health UpdateSo pleased for you Sophie. A fantastic response ad worth all your hard work investigating complementary and alternative therapies. I too have found that since starting complementary therapies including meditation ad homeopathic remedies my response to maintenance chemo continues to be positive with my secondarily in my lungs continuing to shrink which puts me in the lucky 13%in thus treatment. xxx
  • Suz on Talk | Video | Don’t give cancer more than it can takeSophie, you are so amazing and inspirational. Since a friend sent me your book when my husband was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, I have been following you. Everything you say is giving us all hope and fills me with emotion. Thank you. Sending love to you and your precious family.
  • Sophie Sabbage on Health UpdateYes. Would love to. What's your website address? Xxx
  • lauren macdonald on Health UpdateI also have website if you are interested! It's great to be able to connect. Lauren x
  • lauren macdonald on Health UpdateThanks for all your wonderful writing Sophie. As a fellow patient I can almost feel/hear the big sigh of relief you must have breathed out last week. I'm so pleased to hear your latest scan results. Sending you lots of love and healing vibes. Lauren xx
  • Suzanne McRae on Health UpdateSophie, may you continue to be blessed with more and more healing news. I'm cheering you on all the way from Canada. xoxo
  • Sally hossack on Health UpdateYou are living proof that determination, a positive attitude and a combination of medical, natural and holistic remedies plus enjoyment of life are the best recipe for staying alive and living well. Bon courage Sally
  • Mary-Jane on Health UpdateSoph..! What thrilling and wonderful news - so happy for you- MJ xxxx
  • Ros Hiser on Health UpdateSophie I am so happy for you. Never known anyone to radiate life as fully and be such a bright guiding light to others. Channeling the power of your storm to blast a clear path for everyone else. You are truly great. Obviously stick to the Prosecco Protocol love Ros xxx
  • Christine Thornley on Health UpdateWonderful news Sophie - been wondering how the treatment went - so glad to hear this. Much love Christine
  • Alison Pope on Health UpdateSoph love, remarkable news! Such a beautiful expression of your irrepressible humour and indomitable spirit. Hope springs eternal. with so much love Chubs xxxx
  • Mike Taylor on Health UpdateDear Sophie, on the suject of BIcarbonate of Soda there is an excellent book by the name "Sodium Bicarbonate Nature's Unique fist AID Remedy" by Dr Mark Sircus
  • MIke Taylor on Health UpdateDear Eve. try contacting Dr Dana Flavin at CollMed.org she will know she lives in Germany
  • Elaine Alpert on Health UpdateYes me too Maggi, baking soda in almost everything:) Love to see the pH strip turn green in my coffee!
  • Karyn Williams on Health UpdateHave been wondering how it all went, so thank you for the update. What fantastic results, Sophie! I am so happy for you. So looking forward to your next book! Yay, can't wait. xx
  • Julie W Brundage on Health UpdateYour are everyone's hero.
  • Sophie Sabbage on Health UpdateYou need to find a clinic that does natural infusions. I don't know any in France. Wish I could help more. Sorry!
  • Maggi on Health UpdateDearest Soph - so happy. So happy. Your torch burns bright and I am delighted that life is hugging you back. Incidentally, you can throw bicarb into your coffee to alkalise it too. I put it into everything (except wine). (Which means a lot of stuff in my life fizzes. As it should.) Love love. x
  • eve Purdew on Health UpdateDear Sophie, Please give me more information on bicarb treatment. I have lung cancer level 4. I live in France. Thankyou Eve
  • Jeannie on Health UpdateAmazing news. I'm so glad for you all. Really amazing courage and faith and commitment. cheers to you Sophie!
  • Teresa on Health UpdateI am so happy for you! You have been in my thoughts a lot & this news really is wonderful!! :-)
  • Sophie Sabbage on Health UpdateWhere do you live? It took me a while to find this in the UK and still having a few problems. Bicarbonate of soda alkalises the body and attacks tumours if you can get high doses in.
  • Karen Brosnan on Health UpdateHello Sophie,Ihave only in recent times being following your journey..A mutual friend,Clare Vivien Neal connected me to your site on hearing my own story with breast cancer. I am so pleased that the latest round of treatments is going well for you...so heartening for you.I am interested in the baking soda infusions you mentioned. How can I find out more about this. All the very best,Karen
  • Kitty on Health UpdateLearning of your results has without a doubt made my day. I had a big knot in my tummy when I saw your email arrive, but that knot has morphed into butterflies of delight. Wonderful news! Love & hugs
  • Mike &Daphne Taylor on Health UpdateDear Sophie, Great news, as I said at the meeting in London, we need you to do well your our inspiration. Glad your listening to Dana ,we are putting our trust in her following your experiences recounted in the "Cancer W hisperer" All our love and prayers for a full recovery Mike& Daphne
  • Barbara J Hunt on Health UpdateDarling Sophs! Fantastic news! Amazing amazing grace indeed :) <3 thinking of you and sending love xxx
  • David Berman Howarth on Health UpdateThat is wonderful news, Sophie. We've been wondering how your treatment worked and thrilled at your results. Sending you lots of love and hoping to see you soon David
  • Fran on Health UpdateAmazing grace indeed! So very pleased for you. Your outlook moves & inspires me immeasurably. So grateful for you x
  • Janice Eastwood on Health UpdateThis is amazing news Sophie well done!!! I'm so pleased for you XX
  • Sophie Sabbage on Health UpdateBarts Hospital
  • Mrs. Margaret Murphy on Health UpdateWonderful news! The treatments nowadays are fantastic! My theory is to pray, pray, pray - and always be positive. I'll be thinking about you. I am sure all will go well for you. God bless you and take care. Love, Margaret
  • Kath on Health UpdateHi Sophie Where did you get your treatment
  • Tanya on Talk | Video | Don’t give cancer more than it can takeCongraulations Sophie. Another great message and another amazing hurdle leaped. I cannot imagine what it is like to have 27 "bobs" (thats what my lonely little tumour was named) but i hope they all R.I.P
  • Cousin Mary on Health UpdateDarling Sophie. You can guess - I have tears in my eyes at this WONDERFUL news. i will open a bloody big bottle of wine tonight and Victor and I will toast you and John and Gabriella. I can just see those horrid little tumouts skulking away. All our love, xxx
  • Paula on Health UpdateSo pleased for you
  • Jill Clark on Health UpdateFabulous new Sophie - definitely agree with the importance of the Proscecco Protocol from time to time - enjoy!! xxxx
  • Patricia Kitts on Talk | Video | Living a Thousand LivesMy husband was diagnosed with mesothelioma in Feb and we heard you on Woman's Hour shortly after, so we started on an alkaline diet after 50 years of cooking meat and two veg! But we've stuck to it and I believe the diet, his steady increase in exercise (ex Navy he has always been a fit man) and mindset have been the key to his improvement. Your interview and book have been an Inspiration.
  • Sophie Sabbage on Talk | Video | Cancer Is Not an EnemyThe train ride was fate my dear! I felt an instant connection with you. We will meet for sure. A kindred spirit in Kent. Boom!
  • Birgitte Mote on Talk | Video | Cancer Is Not an EnemyOh Sophie ... how lucky I was that the train was full ... I want to curl up and spend the day reading your book and watching your video's and finding your blog ... This talk - A M A Z I N G ... you made me laugh yesterday and this morning made me teary through your honesty in this video... I really hope we can have coffee - I really really like you, your spirit and your message xx
  • Charlotte Connor on Dr Dana FlavinHow do I contact Dana Flavin?
  • Sophie Sabbage on Talk | Video | Cancer: Beyond SurvivingLove this Jo. Thank you!
  • Ulrike Read on Talk | Video | Living a Thousand LivesThank you for your video clip. Sorry that I could not attend the talk and the retreat. Diagnosed in February with stage 4 breast ca and currently undergoing chemo. Would absolutely love to attend a retreat after the radio therapy (october) if you were to do another one? You are my inspiration, Ulrike
  • Jo O'Farrell on Talk | Video | Cancer: Beyond SurvivingThanks for inspiring video clip, Sophie! I wrote this a year or two ago, it's in my "Here is a beginning" book of poems: The saddest thing I might have passed without knowing over the cancer-curved horizon ignorant of who I am that would have been the saddest thing within this damaged shell open to life, love, loss grows something priceless that pearl is me
  • Ann Everett on Talk | Video | Living a Thousand LivesYou are the most inspirational person I have encountered on this journey. You have given me the strength to look beyond the word rare cancer & allowed me to have some self belief. I have today volunteered for a post, which if I'm successful, & if I can help someone feel less alone or isolated with this thing we call cancer then I have you to thank. Sending hugs. xx
  • Jeanne Andrus on Living a thousand livesAlways love hearing about you, John, and the ever-fabulous Miss G! Congratulations on the next book!
  • Sue on Living a thousand livesI love your upbeat approach to everything. You are an inspiration in the way you embrace all of life's challenges and don't allow anything get in the way of kiving your life at full capacity. Well done and I am holding special and positive glowing thoughts, for both you and you dear, brave dad. My mum had a lobectomy for lung cancer at the age of 82 and as with your dear dad, they got it all. xx
  • Mac Mclean on Dr Dana FlavinHaving met Dr Flavin, at a Cancer Convention in Leicester, I was blown away with her passion and desire to help cure patients from Cancer. I have stage 4 lung cancer, which has metastasised to my bones. Having been sent home by the NHS for palatine treatment I decided to get in touch with Dr Flavin. After my Skpe session with her my hopes were restored and I now look forward to a blessed recovery.
  • Suzanne on A Marathon, Not A SprintSophie, you are such an inspiration. May all the sharing you do with the world bring you many, many blessings in return for your health, peace and wellbeing. Wishing you continued courage and strength. Thank you!! xo
  • Kaye chambers on A Marathon, Not A SprintDearest Sophie Thank you for your clarity in sharing. My daughter Rose (now 16) is on a tough journey too, first panic attacks, then suicidal, now self harming. Her beauty, love & talent shine out at me, yet she sees only blackness, failure and no future. So we are both climbing different mountains,both accepting death & perhaps will see you when we both reach the top of a ridge. With much love
  • Judy Roy on A Marathon, Not A SprintYou are a brilliant woman, with a light to share for us all. Thank you for all you are giving to us and the gifts your messages hold. Sending you healing love and energy.
  • Paul McAweney on A Marathon, Not A SprintThank you Sophie, wonderful writing which stretches my mind and soul to its best places. I have great people in my life yet still curse if some slight strain prevents me playing golf, and then I read you and feel awful in some ways but inspired in many. Your in my thoughts and prayers so much and the moral/mental courage you display is so hard to adhere to and draws us to be our best, love Paul, x
  • Gerry on A Marathon, Not A SprintSorry, I got cut short... You have this unique ability to touch souls with your words. You always have done. But somehow, cancer has amplified that gift, in a way that goes to the core of humanity. Cancer has released you, fully into the world. And we are the grateful benefactors of that release.
  • Gerry on A Marathon, Not A SprintWhat you write has relevance for all of us - touched by cancer, or not. I did a thousand-mile hike through the Appalachians, and remember vividly reaching that ridge, only to find the next one still ahead. That was years ago, before I was able to relate that in some metaphoric way to life. This post did that for me, and gave me an insight into your journey, from some kernel of my own experience.
  • Julie Barnes-Frank on A Marathon, Not A SprintOnce again I'm feeling connected to a very special person. You are writing stuff that I feel. Its helping so much but more importantly you're making me realise about options.Im so pleased Ive found you ...you are actually one of my options daft as it sounds. With you on Monday x
  • Sophie Sabbage on A Marathon, Not A SprintNow that made me cry Pam! Thank you
  • Pam Devine on A Marathon, Not A SprintYour sharing makes us all braver Sophie. That funny sensation you will feel as you ascend your next ridge is the feel of hundreds of our hands pushing you up and forward.
  • Martha deaton on A Marathon, Not A SprintBreath by breath, step by step. You are a beautiful teacher.
  • Robert on A Marathon, Not A SprintI went for a run this morning and at one point had the choice of taking either the long route or the shorter version. I took the shorter option (it was early and I hadn't had breakfast) but having read your blog I get that there's no short cut to anything worth having. You're special and I feel blessed to be on your list.
  • Sheila on A Marathon, Not A SprintTruly amazing.
  • Suzy Lucas on A Marathon, Not A SprintSophie, as ever there are jewels here for every marathon runner. What a gift, thank you. Suze
  • Peggy Jarrett on A Marathon, Not A SprintYou teach me, Sophie, you teach me.
  • Karyn on A Marathon, Not A SprintSuch a great blog, you are so eloquent! I, too, was diagnosed Stage IV at the end of 2014 - brain, spine, lungs, liver. I, too, look at every alternative. Your book was there to boost me as no-one else could.. There are few who really understand. Thank you so much Sophie, from the bottom of my heart!
  • Cousin Mary on A Marathon, Not A SprintDarling Sophie. You are the most amazing girl: brave and wonderful and so bloody courageous. Your writing is pure poetry and I am swept up those ridges with you and should you falter, you know that everyone who loves you will be there to push and shove and do everything they can to get you over the next one. All our love is with you. xxx
  • Libby Kerr on A Marathon, Not A SprintYou really are a fabulous writer! Thank you for sharing your understanding and celebration of complexity, ambivalence and paradox - recognising the importance of both vulnerability and resilience, awe within the awful, that our souls need feeding as much as our cancer needs healing. And your imaginative search for treatments that reflect this - a profoundly integrative approach.
  • Gilli Stephens on A Marathon, Not A SprintOh Sophie, how wonderful that something has shifted in the system which is softening for you, by you and with you. Your high bar has become a familiar ridge for you which you know all about on the way up and that it is worth the effort. I find that the way you write about how you hang in is including and all-embracing. Thank you. Huge hugs xxxxxxxx
  • Julie Webster on A Marathon, Not A SprintI am not only moved by your story because my heart has been touched by our fleeting connections, but also because you are an amazing writer. Authentic, real and yet sensitive to the many contexts of your readers. I particularly loved your writing for the images you use, particularly the phrase ... the system seems to be softening in my hands like ice melting into a river of mutuality through .
  • Clare Vivian-Neal on A Marathon, Not A SprintSophie, I am deeply touched. Thank you for taking the time and care to write and sharing your experience. You are a living example to me and many of how to embrace each day, all of it. Love, love, love you.
  • Julie W Brundage on A Marathon, Not A SprintSophie, there is a program in the U.S. called Sixty Minutes. Last week there was a portion devoted to brain cancer being attacked by polio injections. The trial is at Duke University in the U.S. I don't know if it appropriate but I am forwarding it on to you anyway. My husband, Howie and I are friends of your parents when in Mexico. You are in our hearts, Julie
  • Barbara Cleaver on A Marathon, Not A SprintOh my dear. Your courage is very great. You are a hero. We watch you, and learn from you, and pray for you. Sending love from my family to yours, and from me to you. Please heal soon and completely.
  • Denise Roberts on The Cancer CanvasI was diagnosed in 2012 with a large tumour on my adrenal gland it was removed. Since then 3more tumours have Been removed. Now I have metates in the liver. Had to go out to Germany for a trail drug funded by ourselves nothing more in UK that can be done.waiting to see if the tumours have shrunk. Living my life as best I can with wonderful support from family and friends. Loved reading your book.
  • Eileen on The Cancer CanvasHi Sophie Having just read your amazing book I feel I can be a better support and friend for my two dear friends who are going through endless treatments and emotional turmoil any words of wisdom from a woman like you is so welcomed your writing is beautiful and I am so grateful that you wrote this beautiful and most informative book . Thank you
  • Steven Walton on Living The DreamWalking the talk Girlfriend, Walking the talk.
  • Julie Francis on Living The DreamSophie I am reading your book now, started it yesterday and have hardly put it down. It's wonderful. The time is so right for a different approach of understanding and not fighting cancer. As Eastern ancient wisdom tells us whatever we fight weakens us . Many congratulations to you. Feeling so inspired. Julie.
  • Gill Fell on The Cancer WarriorsThis information is so important, and your article is incredibly balanced and eloquent. I completely agree, and I don't know where to start with doing something about it! Thanks goodness the info is available on the Internet for those who are open-minded enough to look for it. Most people I know completely dismiss alternative and complementary therapies, but I have seen them work many times!
  • Claire Carruthers on The Cancer CanvasSuch deep and welcome wisdom.
  • Lorraine Miller on Living The DreamSophie, many congratulations to you, remember to celebrate your achievements; they, and you, are extraordinary.
  • Marian Goss on Living The DreamSophia you totolly amaze me with your passion to survive, your fight for life and your incredible tenacity in sharing your story to so many people. I can't wait to stay reading your incredible book. Xxx
  • sophie on Living The DreamTotally fabulous Sophie, Congratulations. I always knew you were a fantastic and talented write from all years ago writing essays at Bristol. xx
  • Rosie Jackson on Living The DreamBeautiful comments on your book's birth Sophie; I'm looking forward to hearing the audiobook. Very proud to have played a little part in the book's genesis, and to witness your unflagging courage, truth-telling and being on soul's purpose. May light and good fortune surround its passage into the world. much love Rosie xxx
  • Suzanne McRae on Living The DreamSophie I wish you so much success with this book and all future endeavours you will embark upon with your writing. I absolutely love your book. The best I have come across since my diagnosis with cancer last summer.It really resonated with me. Many blessings to you for miracles to unfold with your health. ❤️
  • Barbara J Hunt on Living The DreamWooooooooooooooohooooooooooooooooo, Sophs!!! You look SO thrilled!!! And rightly so.. Totally delighted for you and for the world!!! Such exquisite grace in your whole story..... You're such a light.... Much love xxxx
  • Jo O'Farrell on Living The DreamAbsolutely delighted, Sophie, that it is to be available in print at last. Can't wait for all our Living Tree members to see it...
  • Sue Sneed on Living The DreamThis is an extraordinary path you are on. My goodness, you, "It", are so inspiring, Sophie. You are living a warrior's life bigger and bigger each day. I am so proud of you. Greatest success to you in all ways. Deep gratitude. Sue
  • Sophie Sabbage on Living The DreamLinks on postcard, home page banner and here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Cancer-Whisperer-cancer-heal-your/dp/1473637988/ And now at bottom of blog post!
  • June walker on Living The DreamPlease How, after all this time can I buy a Copy of first The cancer whisperer?
  • issy on Postcard 15: Publishing Deal!Smiling from ear to ear Sophie. You will indeed be getting your wisdom and insights further out into the world.
  • Sophie Sabbage on Living The DreamThanks Moana and everyone else. You certainly don't have to pay for a signed copy! We'll work out a way.
  • Lazzy on Postcard 15: Publishing Deal!Oow, such wonderful, great news! Congrats Sophie! It is so right that your book gets published for the big audience! My offer to translate into Dutch still stands, would love people here to also be able to read it for inspiration! Much love to you.
  • Moana Bianchin on Living The DreamYes!!! Thrilled that I can buy a hard copy of your book and soon feel and smell the pages as I absorb your words. I'm in NZ and wondering, is there a way to get a signed copy from you... for a special fee of course? Maybe I can find a mutual friend who can make it happen. warm thoughts, Moana.
  • Elizabeth Digby-Firth on Postcard 15: Publishing Deal!The Phoenix is indeed rising..!! She went to the edge of the cliff and she flew..!! So excited and pleased for you genius Sophie. Hodder and Stoughton are very lucky publishers to have you. I want an invite to the launch please..!!
  • Vania on Living The DreamSophie, I am UTTERLY DELIGHTED and SO EXCITED!!!! Squeaks and squawks are popping from my heart! YES YES YES YES!!!
  • Mary CAROE on The Best HomecomingWhat a lovely homecoming. A joy to see,Love. Mary
  • Sally Sparrow on Postcard 15: Publishing Deal!Congratulations! Great news.
  • Gill on Living The DreamMany, many congratulations Sophie, I am about half way through reading your book and am finding it very inspiring and moving.
  • issy on The Cancer CanvasThank you for this Sophie. Precious reminders of the surrendering that can come just prior to departure.
  • joe smith on The Cancer CanvasI know this woman, she taught a beautiful course on living and was full of love and wisdom, she will be alive in me and when i pass she will be alive in whatever takes my energy.
  • Anja on The Cancer CanvasAm so glad you started writing.....as you had always wanted. You write so beautifully, inspirationally, am in awe. There are only very few people who use language so elegantly, use metaphors in the right places, paint pictures through words - you are amazing. Lots of love and enjoy Morocco
  • Pam Barmby on The Cancer CanvasSo eloquent, so gracious, such a delicate touch. Much love to you Sophie.
  • Lydia Dickinson on The Cancer CanvasSophie, I so understand this idea and concept I had fleeting ideas about it in the past when people always referred to cancer as "a battle' - surely a deeper personal understanding of this and a conversation would win over the negativity of "battle" (being AGAINST) - your writing is helping me (and god knows how millions of others) grasp this brave but astonishing truth. Love you so X
  • ALISON POPE on Postcard 14: Greetings from Africa, 17 Feb 2016Darling Soph Lucky Moroccans to have you there soaking up the sun - most of all enjoying life. For all that it can throw at you - you just live it to the full anyway. De-Stress away my friend. It is a life lesson for all of us. Your extraordinary generosity in sharing your cancer journey with all of us has made me understand what JOIE DE VIVRE really means. Love you lots Chubs
  • Prue on The Cancer CanvasBeautiful.
  • Maggie Baldwin on The Cancer CanvasOh Sophie, I hope she reads that. I feel that if I were her, your words would come as a dignified relief and release.
  • Mary Caroe on Postcard 14: Greetings from Africa, 17 Feb 2016i hope you are enjoying Morocco. We loved it, but that was 20 years ago before that many had discovered its charm! Hope it is still unspoilt with a lot to enjoy and experience Love Mary
  • Virginia on The Cancer CanvasWhat a well written piece. I have cancer and I am not it's victim and it's my second time and this time my approach has not been about fighting but simply living and enjoying the life I have. It's so important to enjoy the people and life and letting go can be a part of this Thanks again for sharing your journey with us
  • Mary Caroe on The Cancer CanvasSophie i do love not only the way you write but the prose you choose so carefully and the wisdom of your thinking. How are you? Love Mary
  • Daphne Taylor on Dr Dana FlavinThank you Sophie for your inspirational book, took its message to heart. Just had long phone call with Dana Flavin, the Skype went kaput just when we had got it doing a video recording. Looking forward to the program she will be sending . Keep up the great work you are doing Daphne
  • wanda on Postcard 13: Scan Results, 12 Jan 2016So pleased for you Sophie. You have been an inspiration and mine of information since my daughter had cancer of tonsil. Thank you for your honesty and generosity in sharing yourself. Lots of love to you and your husband and daughter.
  • Helen on PSTJust laughed out loud for the first time since hearing 4 days ago I've got bone and probable liver mets. Tests and scans this week. You crack me up! Keep it up please.
  • Liz Harrison-Turtle on Postcard 13: Scan Results, 12 Jan 2016I was so pleased to hear your news. Love Liz
  • Ann Devlin on The Cancer WarriorsI agree totally with your comments. I used black salve to remove several breast tumours, and posted about my experience on FB, with a few photos - it was shared a few hundred times, then FB deleted it saying that it may encourage people to self harm! I also posted a comment on breastcancer.org, no photos -they refused to post it, banned me from the site and threatened me with legal action!
  • Audrey Elder on Postcard 13: Scan Results, 12 Jan 2016AWESOME. JUST LIKE YOU XX
  • lorraine miller on Postcard 13: Scan Results, 12 Jan 2016Sophie, am so grateful and happy to hear your (mostly) good news. It's going your way, congratulations. You are an amazing lady! (I was on your Dec 15 More to Life Weekend).
  • Virginia Kpayser on Postcard 13: Scan Results, 12 Jan 2016Hi Sophie, what great news, I can image the relief you must feel, just had a clear mammogram myself!
  • Lesley on Postcard 13: Scan Results, 12 Jan 2016Great news Sophie! So relieved for you. X
  • Emma Stearn on Postcard 13: Scan Results, 12 Jan 2016Well done so pleased on your news. Would must be so relieved!! Long may it continue! X
  • Ann McMaster on Postcard 12: Ground Control to Major Tom, 11 Jan 2016You bring tears to my eyes ... as usual.
  • Ginny on Postcard 13: Scan Results, 12 Jan 2016Markers are a bugger but no growth fab news! x
  • Ann McMaster on Postcard 13: Scan Results, 12 Jan 2016A minor wake-up ... relief and gratitude ... and the holiday season is usually stress-filled, so good for you for transversing the previous month with only a minor wake-up ....
  • Sharon on Postcard 12: Ground Control to Major Tom, 11 Jan 2016Thank you, Sophie, for taking such a beautiful stand. We count on you, you know, to bring us up short when we miss the point!
  • Sharon on Postcard 13: Scan Results, 12 Jan 2016Thank God! I feel so blessed to be included as part of your community, Sophie. Please know that I carry you in my heart and in my prayers daily.
  • Mary Jordan on Postcard 13: Scan Results, 12 Jan 2016Great news .... No growth -- yeah!
  • Maggie Baldwin on Postcard 13: Scan Results, 12 Jan 2016One word- PHEW!! I don't even know you but I've been anxiously waiting for the news.
  • Rich Tedrow on Postcard 13: Scan Results, 12 Jan 2016im glad to hear your doing well. im passing along some of your words to a girl at work whose boyfreind has lung cancer and just started chemo, she says the docs are killing him. i cant say much